Events

  • Thursday, July 12th, 2018

    The PPC is a co-sponsor of the Iowa City Foreign Relations Council (ICFRC) community luncheons, which seek to promote understanding of international issues with expert speakers from around the world.

    The events take place at the Congregational Church Fellowship Hall, 30 N Clinton Street, Iowa City, from 12:00pm - 1:15pm. Registration is required. More information is available on the ICFRC website.

  • Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

    The PPC is a co-sponsor of the Iowa City Foreign Relations Council (ICFRC) community luncheons, which seek to promote understanding of international issues with expert speakers from around the world.

    The events take place at the Congregational Church Fellowship Hall, 30 N Clinton Street, Iowa City, from 12:00pm - 1:15pm. Registration is required. More information is available on the ICFRC website.

  • Tuesday, July 24th, 2018

    The PPC is a co-sponsor of the Iowa City Foreign Relations Council (ICFRC) community luncheons, which seek to promote understanding of international issues with expert speakers from around the world.

    The events take place at the Congregational Church Fellowship Hall, 30 N Clinton Street, Iowa City, from 12:00pm - 1:15pm. Registration is required. More information is available on the ICFRC website.

  • Friday, June 8th, 2018

    The University of Iowa, a pioneer in Informatics research, will host a data science institute featuring a number of mini-classes the week of June 4-8, 2018. The workshop is a collaborative effort between the Iowa Social Science Research Center (ISRC) and the Iowa Informatics Initiative (UI3). The institute will teach participants about the basic building blocks of coding as applied in the fields of the Biological, Physical, Social Sciences, and Digital Humanities. We welcome faculty, staff, post-docs, graduate, and undergraduate students interested in building new skills in informatics.

  • Thursday, June 7th, 2018

    The University of Iowa, a pioneer in Informatics research, will host a data science institute featuring a number of mini-classes the week of June 4-8, 2018. The workshop is a collaborative effort between the Iowa Social Science Research Center (ISRC) and the Iowa Informatics Initiative (UI3). The institute will teach participants about the basic building blocks of coding as applied in the fields of the Biological, Physical, Social Sciences, and Digital Humanities. We welcome faculty, staff, post-docs, graduate, and undergraduate students interested in building new skills in informatics.

  • Wednesday, June 6th, 2018

    The University of Iowa, a pioneer in Informatics research, will host a data science institute featuring a number of mini-classes the week of June 4-8, 2018. The workshop is a collaborative effort between the Iowa Social Science Research Center (ISRC) and the Iowa Informatics Initiative (UI3). The institute will teach participants about the basic building blocks of coding as applied in the fields of the Biological, Physical, Social Sciences, and Digital Humanities. We welcome faculty, staff, post-docs, graduate, and undergraduate students interested in building new skills in informatics.

  • Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

    The University of Iowa, a pioneer in Informatics research, will host a data science institute featuring a number of mini-classes the week of June 4-8, 2018. The workshop is a collaborative effort between the Iowa Social Science Research Center (ISRC) and the Iowa Informatics Initiative (UI3). The institute will teach participants about the basic building blocks of coding as applied in the fields of the Biological, Physical, Social Sciences, and Digital Humanities. We welcome faculty, staff, post-docs, graduate, and undergraduate students interested in building new skills in informatics.

  • Monday, June 4th, 2018

    The University of Iowa, a pioneer in Informatics research, will host a data science institute featuring a number of mini-classes the week of June 4-8, 2018. The workshop is a collaborative effort between the Iowa Social Science Research Center (ISRC) and the Iowa Informatics Initiative (UI3). The institute will teach participants about the basic building blocks of coding as applied in the fields of the Biological, Physical, Social Sciences, and Digital Humanities. We welcome faculty, staff, post-docs, graduate, and undergraduate students interested in building new skills in informatics.

  • Saturday, May 26th, 2018

    The PPC is pleased to co-sponsor the Midwest Labor and Working-Class History Colloquium, which will be held on May 26, 2018, at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. The colloquium is a graduate student led event that is open to students, scholars, public historians, and activists presenting on contemporary and historical topics in labor and working-class studies, broadly defined.

  • Friday, May 4th, 2018

    The Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center's Cancer Epidemiology and Population Science Program presents this Grand Rounds seminar: "Data-Powered Decision Making: Guiding Colorectal Cancer Screening Implementation through Simulation" by Stephanie B. Wheeler, PdD. Wheeler is an Associate Professor in Health and Policy Management at the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health.

    12:00pm, Friday, May 4 - HP Smith Conference Room (Pathology), W256 GH

  • Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

    Chris Buresh, Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, and researcher in the Transportation & Vehicle Safety Policy Research Program, will present and lead small group discussions on the opioid crisis, how it affects you, and how we can work together to make a difference.

  • Friday, April 27th, 2018

    ISRC Workshop: Introduction to Dynamic Documents in R and Stata
    Desmond Wallace
    April 27, 2018 1:30-2:20 p.m.
    131 Schaeffer Hall (SH)

  • Thursday, April 26th, 2018

    The PPC is proud to co-sponsor this Obermann Center conversation, which includes Cori Peek-Asa, Professor in the Department of Occupational and Environmental Health at the UI College of Public Health, and Researcher in the PPC Transportation and Vehicle Safety Policy Research Program; and Mark Berg, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology, and Director of the PPC Crime and Justice Policy Research Program.

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