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Northwestern University and Duke University are holding our “main” week-long workshop on Research Design for Causal Inference – our 10th annual workshop — at Duke University in Raleigh-Durham.  We invite you to attend.  Our apologies for the length of this message. Main Workshop:  Monday – Friday, August 12-16, 2019 We will also be holding an “Advanced” Workshop the following...
Northwestern University and Duke University are holding our “main” week-long workshop on Research Design for Causal Inference – our ninth annual workshop — at Northwestern Law School in downtown Chicago.  We invite you to attend.  Our apologies for the length of this message.   Main Workshop:  Monday – Friday, June 18-22, 2018   We will also...
With Raudenbush and Bryk at Stanford. I’m taking it right now, here is the agenda: https://www.sree.org/courses/2015/hlm/pages/download/agenda.pdf It sounds like they will be teaching it in the future.
I spent a summer here several years ago, studying maximum likelihood estimators and game theory. Great opportunity, if you can afford it: ** 2015 ICPSR Summer Program ———————————————————— ** Registration Is Now Open ———————————————————— The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is pleased to announce the 2015 Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of...
A workshop on better quasi-experimental design and analysis will take place at Northwestern University from Monday, August 3rd to Friday, August 14th. The workshop is for faculty from all disciplines who have an interest in causal research in education, though some advanced graduate students working with quasi-experimental data are also welcome. This two-week workshop will...
From my email: Northwestern University and Duke University are holding two workshops on Research Design for Causal Inference this year.  They will run back-to-back at Northwestern Law School in downtown Chicago.  We invite you to attend either or both.  Apologies for the length of this message. Main workshop:  Monday – Friday, July 13-17, 2015 Advanced...
This is an excellent training opportunity: http://www.ipr.northwestern.edu/workshops/annual-summer-workshops/cluster-randomized-trials/
I recently started a quant methods working group at the College of Education here, and gave a presentation on propensity score matching for people who had heard about it and wanted to know more.