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Statistical Consulting Research Seminar

This course is designed to assist graduate students in the quantitative methods specific to the design and analysis of their theses. In this seminar format, under the guidance of one or more statistical faculty members, students will have opportunity to present and defend their scholarly work-in-progress. They will also be required to critique and provide constructive suggestions for their fellow students. The focus of critiques will be on the research methodology and other statistical issues. Students will additionally benefit from being able to observe how the participating faculty diagnosis and solve statistical issues that arise in others' presented work and to benefit from this advice in their own work. In essence this course provides training in statistical consulting along with detailed feedback on one's dissertation research

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Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities


Jennifer Hill

Co-Department Chair; Professor of Applied Statistics; Director of PRIISM; Co-Director of A3SR MS Program