The Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) has posted 2016 summer workshop schedule. The program, housed at the University of Michigan, hosts a full schedule of methodological, research, and statistical workshops through the late spring and summer, both in Ann Arbor and other places around the country.
There are two four-week sessions, the first of which is June 22-July 17, the second is July 20-August 14, which can be tricky to make work. But, there are also 3-5 day workshops on a variety of topics throughout the summer.
Some noteworthy workshops:
R: Learning by Example (Boulder, CO June 8-10)
Doing Bayesian Analysis: An Introduction (Ann Arbor, MI (?) July 7-10)
Multilevel and Mixed Models Using Stata (Ann Arbor, MI (?), July 27-29)
There are also classes on structural equation modeling, curating and managing data for reuse, social network analysis (in R). The good news is that DePaul is a member of ICPSR, so interested DePaul faulty would get a break on the tuition. What do you think? Interested in spending a few days in Ann Arbor?