This article offers an interesting perspective on how life events can change how we see our work goals, and how important it is to think broadly about the different ways doctoral-level skills and knowledge can be applied in a productive … Continue reading
This could be a very good opportunity to get acquainted with the latest regarding quantitative text analysis, potentially of interest to students planning mixed methods projects. It will be to promote the book, of course, but still would give you … Continue reading
I personally find phrasebanks of this kind useful from time to time and so I thought I would pass it along to you. Don’t assume it is only useful for those for whom English is a second language. None of … Continue reading
The position is listed at http://thinktennessee.org/job/policy-research-director/; qualifications portion copied below. "Experience A graduate degree in public policy, public administration or a related field and/or commensurate work experience in a policy-related field Skills Ability to initiate and lead large and complex … Continue reading
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.