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Applied Quantitative Methods

FALL 2022 SCHEDULE

To be announced:

Winter 2023 Schedule 
Spring 2023 schedule


Select Mondays, 4:00 to 5:15 pm
Parkes Hall 222

Hybrid: In Person (Registration is required) & zoom

Coordinators: Lincoln Quillian
Student Coordinators: Brandon Honore and Elif Buyukakbas

The Applied Quantitative Methods Workshop is a joint effort by the Sociology and Political Science Departments aimed at promoting student engagement with quantitative methods. The workshop includes a mix of student presentations of work in progress and faculty didactic presentations on selected topic. Students at all skill levels are encouraged to attend.

Fall 2022 schedule

Date Speaker

10/10/2022

Sino Esthappan and Emilio Lehoucq
“Perceptions about the Fairness of Pretrial Risk Assessment Tools: Evidence from a Survey Experiment”

10/24/2022

Carson Phillips
“Digital Redlining: Exploring Geographic Variation in Exposure to Digital Tracking”

11/7/2022
Hybrid

Christopher Bail, Professor of Sociology, Duke University
“New Platforms for studying Social Media and Human Behavior”

11/14/2022

Lincoln Quillian and Elif Buyukakbas
"Meta-Analysis for Social Scientists: Why and How"

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