The 2011 Summer Statistics Workshops (SSW), a series of intensive statistics courses offered by the Department of Educational Psychology for faculty, professionals and graduate students, will be held May 22-27 at Texas A&M University.
Course content includes both quantitative and qualitative methods in the social sciences and focuses on introducing and extending knowledge in statistical applications, modeling, research and analysis.
Two new qualitative courses have been added to the curriculum this year — a content analysis course taught by Distinguished Professor Yvonna Lincoln and a narrative analysis class by Associate Professor Carolyn Clark.
Early bird registration is now open. The early bird rate for faculty and professionals is $300 per regular course and $150 for graduate students. Early bird registration forms and payment must be received by April 29.
Regular price for each course is $400 for faculty and professionals, and $200 for graduate students. The cost for the meta-analysis pre-workshop course is $80.
For more information, visit the SSW site.
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