This workshop provides students a regular forum for discussion on various topics in quantitative sociology. Students are expected to present their research in progress and receive feedback. Occasionally, discussions are concerned with professional development in quantitative sociology. The workshop meets every term. Most students are enrolled in the workshop on a continuous basis.
The main objective of the workshop is to help students develop their publishable papers. Thus, students may present their research in the workshop multiple times in different stages, and over 2 or 3 semesters. All students are welcome to attend the workshop. Students who attend the workshop are also encouraged to attend the Quantitative Methodology Seminar on selected Wednesdays (4-5:30).
Faculty participating in the Quantitative Sociology Workshop include:
Graduate Students participating in the Quantitative Sociology Workshop include:
Visiting Scholars participating in the Quantitative Sociology Workshop include:
Li Jiang, Dan Ma, Zequan Pan, Ping Yang, Hao Zhou
In 2012-2013, this workshop meets only in the Fall semester.
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