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ICPSR Summer Courses

Each summer WIM hosts Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) short courses at IU Bloomington. These are 3-5 day courses on a variety of social-science research methods taught by well-known experts from across the United States.

Starting in the summer of 2013, these courses will take place in the new Social Science Research Commons (SSRC). IU Bloomington has a beautiful campus, especially in the summer, and there is a hotel and parking right across the street from the SSRC in the Indiana Memorial Union for attendees visiting us from elsewhere. If you are interested in finding out more information about and/or registering for courses, please visit the ICPSR website and contact them directly. Here is a list of recent and upcoming courses.

Summer 2011

Missing data: An introduction to the analysis of incomplete data sets. Instructor: Tenko Raykov.

Summer 2012

Missing data: An introduction to the analysis of incomplete data sets. Instructor: Tenko Raykov.

Network analysis: Theory and methods. Instructors: Bernice Pescosolido and Ann McCranie.

Summer 2013

Doing Bayesian data analysis: An introduction. Instructor: John Kruschke.

Missing data: An introduction to the analysis of incomplete data sets. Instructor: Tenko Raykov.

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