ISSR Research in Process Series

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 -
12:00pm to 2:00pm
W32 Machmer Hall

“Tackling the Empirical Challenges of Educational Research” presented by Melissa Wooten, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology; Kathryn McDermott, Associate Professor, College of Education, and Acting Director, Center for Public Policy & Administration; Dania Francis, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics and Afro-American Studies; Amanda Walker Johnson, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology; and Elizabeth Sharrow, Assistant Professor, Departments of Political Science and History.

These faculty from across the university will discuss the empirical challenges they've faced while conducting research on education. The methodologically and disciplinary diversity of our panelists will offer a unique opportunity to reflect on the comparative challenges of and solutions for conducting education-related research.

A light lunch will be served.