2017 Year End Research Round Table

The SSRC is wrapping up the academic year with a year end research round table that looks inside the projects and strategies that drove the scholarly investigations four DePaul faculty served by the Social Science Research Center. Assistant professor Ben Epstein (Political Science) will discuss his R&R process in finishing a manuscript for a book on political communication.  Assistant professor Sarah Read (Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse) will talk about how she balances two unrelated research agendas.  Assistant Professor Shailja Sharma (International Studies and Refugee and Forced Migration Studies graduate program director) will discuss how to lay out a step by step research plan.  Finally, CDM Professor Robin Burke (School of Computing) will talk about the new data, tools, and research questions that have come from his current project Reading Chicago Reading.  10388748355_9dfd61280b_o.jpg

The event will take place on Thursday June 1, from 4:30-6:00pm at Arts and Letters #404.  Light refreshments will be served.  Please contact the SSRC at ssrc[AT]depaul.edu for more information.

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Author: Jessica Bishop-Royse

Jessica Bishop-Royse is the SSRC’s Senior Research Methodologist. Her areas of interest include: health disparities, demography, crime, methods, and statistics. She often finds herself navigating the fields of sociology, demography, epidemiology, medicine, public health, and policy. She was broadly trained in data collection, Stata, quantitative research methodology, as well as statistics. She has experience with multi-level analyses, survival analyses, and multivariate regression. Outside of the work context, Jessi is interested in writing, reading, travel, photography, and sport.

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