Author Archives: Meg Streams
Please join us for our fourth year of research brown-bag discussions! The full schedule for this year is available online. These informal brown-bag seminars are a great chance to get new ideas, meet new collaborators, and enjoy collegial time together. … Continue reading
Here are some lovely resources from researchers Chafetz, Essam, Hughes, Johnson in the form of a free "mini-course" in four parts. The first three parts are Stata-specific, the fourth part can be viewed on its own as a good platform-independent … Continue reading
A workshop is coming up on GIS use across the disciplines which may be of interest: Sept. 6-7, 2017 on main campus (Barn Building, Room 118). Contact Dr. Akumu at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Tegegne at email@example.com for more information.
https://apple.news/AQyRx9LAWTiKON9xkx2dW4g U.S. Treasury upgrades website to better track federal spending data – Reuters
Here’s a recent NYTimes article on the proliferation of journals and conferences which do not meet the standards of traditional scholarly venues – standards which are the basis on which the value of the scientific process can be justified, as … Continue reading
Not coverage for PA or social science yet but maybe in the future… https://www.wired.com/2016/11/allen-institute-ai-eyes-future-scientific-search/