The UMass Graduate School Office of Professional Development and the Institute for Social Science Research present the National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants Info Session. Information will be provided on the types of dissertation research eligible for National Science Foundation grants and strategies for developing a competitive application. This information session will take place Monday, October 20, 2014 in the 5th-Floor Lounge of Goodell.
Designed for individuals with some previous experience with SPSS and those who need a refresher, the workshop will introduce participants to perform some psychometric tests for scales/indices used in social science and inferential hypothesis testing.
Peter Barnes will speak about his latest book With Liberty and Dividends for All.
A panel discussion composed of UMass alums with real experience in different aspects of the Criminal Justice system.
Students will learn services like Zotero, Ref Works, and Mendeley, and how to import citations from various sources into one place. These services also format bibliographies in dozens of styles. No special software installation on your own computer is required before attending this class.
Come and learn tips and strategies from a qualified Kaplan instructor to help improve your score and walk you step by step through each section of the exam. Sponsored by CMASS.
The goal of this workshop is for participants to be able to recognize when to use semi-structured or unstructured interviews, and then be able to generate an efficient and effective line of questioning.
Timothy J. Power, comparative political scientist and director of the Brazilian Studies Programme at Oxford, will present his research in the Campus Center.