Registration is now open for the 2020 ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research. Founded in 1963, the ICPSR Summer Program offers rigorous, hands-on training in statistics, quantitative and qualitative methods, and data analysis for students, faculty, and researchers of all skill levels and backgrounds. The ICPSR Summer Program is world-renowned for its premier quality of instruction, fun learning environment, and unparalleled networking opportunities. For more information, visit icpsr.umich.edu/sumprog or contact email@example.com or (734) 763-7400.
For those needing to learn a specific methodological technique in just a few days, the Summer Program offers more than 45 short workshops in 8 cities. New workshops include:
- Quantitative Methods to Advance Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (May 13-15, Ann Arbor)
- Usage and Application of Meta-Analysis Techniques (May 13-15, Ann Arbor)
- Multilevel Analysis (May 13-15, Houston)
- Interactive Visualization, Dashboards, and Apps with R and Shiny (May 27-29, Ann Arbor)
- Efficient Methods for Reproducible Research: A Workflow for Data Analysis (June 15-18, Amherst)
- Latent Class, Latent Profile, and Latent Transition Analysis (June 24-26, Amherst)
- Modern Difference in Difference Designs (July 6-10, Berkeley)
- Bayesian Analysis in Stata (July 8-10, Ann Arbor)
- Scale Construction and Application in Social Science Research (August 3-7, Berkeley)
- Multilevel/Hierarchical Modeling Using R (August 17-21, Berkeley)
Held in Ann Arbor, the four-week sessions provide an immersive learning experience—think “summer camp for social scientists”! Participants in the First Session (June 22-July 17) and Second Session (July 20-August 14) can choose from more than 40 courses, including regression analysis, Bayesian analysis, longitudinal analysis, game theory, MLE, SEM, causal inference, machine learning, multilevel models, race/ethnicity and quantitative methods, data visualization, and more.
Scholarships are available for students in sociology, education, and public policy. Diversity scholarships are also available to graduate students from under-represented groups.