ICPSR Summer Program is Now Open for Registration

Are you interested in learning ICSPR SumProgmore about social science statistical analysis?  ICPSR, the world’s largest social science data archive, annually hosts a summer program in quantitative methods of social science research.  As a member institution, GSU students, faculty and staff receive a substantially reduced registration fee.

Participants have the option of enrolling in summer programs that range from three-day workshops to four-week sessions.  The summer program runs from June 7th to August 13th.  Most workshops are held in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on the University of Michigan campus.  A few workshops are also offered in Chapel Hill, NC, and New Haven, CT.  Summer program topics include:

  • The IPUMS Database: Census Microdata for Comparative Research
  • Health Care Change in the United States: Working with the Community Tracking Study and Health Tracking Surveys
  • Quantitative Analysis of Crime and Criminal Justice
  • Longitudinal Analysis
  • Social Network Analysis

For more information, see the ICPSR Summer Program website.  Also, if you’re looking for social science data, the ICPSR database is available through the GSU Library.

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