Quantitative Methods Seminar

The Quantitative Methods Seminar is a monthly event for SoHE graduate students and faculty that will cover a variety of topics related to quantitative methods. Each meeting will address a specific topic, ranging from the application of specific quantitative methods to workshopping in-progress ideas to maximizing the resources available on campus.

2023-2024 Schedule

Topic Presenter Date Materials
Navigating quantitative classes and resources at UW Dr. Ben Fisher, Civil Society & Community Studies September 8th, 2023 Slides
Spatial Data Visualization Dr. Megan Bea, Consumer Science October 6th, 2023 n/a
Collaborative Consultation--bring your quant methods questions! Dr. Ben Fisher, Civil Society & Community Studies November 3rd, 2023 n/a
Intensive Longitudinal Methods Dr. Margaret Kerr, Human Development & Family Studies December 1st, 2023 n/a
Quasi-Experimental Designs Dr. Yiwei Zhang, Consumer Science February 2nd, 2024 Resources
Growth Curve Modeling Dr. Joshua Brown, Human Development & Family Studies March 8, 2024 Materials will be shared following the session
Power Analysis Dr. Riser, Human Development & Family Studies April 5th, 2024 Resources
Collaborative Consultation--bring your quant methods questions! Dr. Ben Fisher, Civil Society & Community Studies May 3rd, 2024 Materials will be shared following the session

Campus Resources

  • Social Science Computing Cooperative one-on-one support, workshops, and computing resources. Free to Human Ecology graduate students
  • Software Training for Students technology training service run by DoIT offering workshops and 1-on-1 trainings
  • Introductory Quantitative Methods Courses
    • Educational Psychology (ED PSYCH 760 & 761)
    • Agricultural & Applied Economics (AAE 636 & 637)
    • Sociology (SOC 360, 361, 362)

External Trainings & Resources