Events

  • Friday, March 3rd, 2017

    Dynamic systems theory highlights the importance of evolution in shaping our capacity for development and helps explain how cultural difference becomes bodily difference. This talk describes my current research program which applies dynamic systems theory to the study of the emergence of gender differences, gender identity, and human sexuality.

  • Friday, March 3rd, 2017

    Anne Fausto-Sterling will present as part of Iowa City Darwin Day. Fausto-Sterling is well-known for her study of gender, and is frequently consulted for her expertise and commentary by media outlets such as “Week in Review,” the Washington Post, The New York Times, and National Public Radio. She also writes regularly for The Huffington Post, the Boston Review and Psychology Today

  • Friday, March 3rd, 2017

    This mini workshop will cover Applying Proper NSF format and Preparing Proposal Components. 

  • Friday, March 3rd, 2017

    Anne Fausto-Sterling will present as part of Iowa City Darwin Day. Fausto-Sterling is well-known for her study of gender, and is frequently consulted for her expertise and commentary by media outlets such as “Week in Review,” the Washington Post, The New York Times, and National Public Radio. She also writes regularly for The Huffington Post, the Boston Review and Psychology Today

  • Monday, February 27th, 2017

    Ain Grooms, Assistant Professor of Educational Policy and Leadership Studies, will present this week's Inequality Seminar.

    Grooms' research examines how school leaders in the rural US South allocate Title I dollars in their schools, and juxtaposes the allocation of Title I against academic achievement of black students enrolled in segregates schools in the rural South. More details can be found here.

  • Monday, February 27th, 2017

    The Public Policy Center will co-sponsor an event, "Toward a legal definition of Islamophobia," at 12:40 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 27 in UI College of Law Boyd Law Building, room 235. 

  • Friday, February 24th, 2017

    This mini workshop will cover the Importance of Conceptual Framework and Broader Impacts In Depth.

  • Friday, February 17th, 2017

    This is the second lecture of the R workshop series. The workshop will provide a quick introduction to quantitative analysis in social science with R. The workshop will cover three aspects of analytic techniques: descriptive statistics (calculating sum, mean, variance, etc.), OLS model and diagnoses, and advanced models (e.g., interaction model, nonlinear model, and basic MLE models). No prior knowledge of R or any other statistical software is required. Example code will be provided.

  • Friday, February 17th, 2017

    This mini workshop will cover NSF Structure and Internal Processing and Solicitations, Dear Colleague Letters, and Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG). 

  • Thursday, February 16th, 2017

    Python becomes increasingly popular in social science research. The Python workshop series will provide you a quick introduction to Python programming. In the first workshop, you will learn how to set up Python environment for your own laptop. No prior knowledge of Python is required but some programming experience is expected. Example codes will be provided. Please take your laptop with you.

    To register, click here.

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