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ICPSR 2014 Summer program

Quantitative Methods of Social Research

April 8, 2014 4:12 PM
The Institute for Social Research for Social Research (ICPSR) (University of Michigan) Summer Program is internationally recognized as the preeminent resource for basic and advanced training in social science research methodologies and technologies.
Offering courses in research design, quantitative reasoning, statistical methods, and data processing, their goal is to integrate methods of quantitative analysis within a broader context of substantive social research.

2014 ICPSR Summer Program Scholarships
The ICPSR Summer Program offers several scholarships that provide a fee waiver to one or both of the Summer Program’s four-week sessions. For the following scholarship, the deadline to submit application materials is April 15, 2014.

Scholarship for Education Research: For North American Ph.D. students in education. The applicant’s research interests must include the acquisition of quantitative skills in order to execute an empirical (i.e., data-based) dissertation within an education-related field.

For more information about this and other scholarships, visit our Financial Support page.

Dates and Locations
Many of the lectures and workshops are presented in two four-week sessions held on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The first session runs from June 23–July 18, 2014. The second session runs from July 21–August 15, 2014.

From May through August, there are also almost 40 three- to five-day workshops on both statistical and substantive topics. Many of these short workshops take place in Ann Arbor, but several are held in other locations, including Amherst, MA; Berkeley, CA; Boulder, CO; Chapel Hill, NC; Manhattan, NY; and Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Registration is now open for all 2014 courses. For further information, including a full course list, course descriptions, faculty, dates, fees, discounts, and financial support, please visit the ICPSR Summer Program website at

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