"Can a Free Press Flourish Behind Bars?" presented by Wilbert Rideau
This workshop will provide early-career graduate students with strategies to create compelling academic CVs
GeoDa is a popular freeware platform for spatial statistical analysis. It is very user friendly, especially to those familiar with working with spatial data in a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) environment such as ArcGIS. Among its most common uses are estimating multivariate models where spatial autocorrelation is a concern. This workshop provides an introduction to common GeoDa functions.
Four panels as part of Reimagining Labor's Promise: A Conference in Honor of the Labor Center's 50th Anniversary
This session brings together UMass Amherst Professors Jason Irizarry and Amanda Walker Johnson and University of Amsterdam's Bowen Paulle to share experiences with the challenges in conducting research in urban settings.
Wondering about the Cloud? Dropbox? UDrive? How safe is your computer when you are using free WiFi? In this workshop OIT staff will show various options for backing up data and keeping it secure when you are doing research away from campus.
STPEC and CHC co-sponsor a Special Topic Talk in Social Thought and Political Economy.
The ISSR brings together experts from women and gender studies, sociology, science studies, economics, political science and history to discuss challenges in studying gender/sexuality/identity with different research methods.
Preparing for Tenure Workshop Dinner for SBS Assistant Professors. Cocktails to follow.