Events | 2020

 
  • Monday, June 15th, 2020

    An online webinar to explore how Iowa can emerge even stronger from the current health, social and economic challenges

    About this Event

    How can the Hawkeye State emerge even stronger from the current health, social, and economic challenges?

  • Tuesday, June 9th, 2020

    The Office of the Vice President for Research is hosting a three-part series on the resilience and response to pandemics and disruptions.  

    Are you interested in improving long-term resilience and response to pandemics and disruptions using Covid-19 as the foundation? Do you want to learn about the diversity of campus perspectives exploring this problem and identify ways of connecting research activities more broadly? If so, join us for a three-part series highlighting multiple angles of inquiry in response to resilience and response to pandemics and disruptions.

  • Friday, June 5th, 2020

    The Office of the Vice President for Research is hosting a three-part series on the resilience and response to pandemics and disruptions.  

    Are you interested in improving long-term resilience and response to pandemics and disruptions using Covid-19 as the foundation? Do you want to learn about the diversity of campus perspectives exploring this problem and identify ways of connecting research activities more broadly? If so, join us for a three-part series highlighting multiple angles of inquiry in response to resilience and response to pandemics and disruptions.

  • Friday, June 5th, 2020

    The Office of the Vice President for Research is hosting a three-part series on the resilience and response to pandemics and disruptions.  

    Are you interested in improving long-term resilience and response to pandemics and disruptions using Covid-19 as the foundation? Do you want to learn about the diversity of campus perspectives exploring this problem and identify ways of connecting research activities more broadly? If so, join us for a three-part series highlighting multiple angles of inquiry in response to resilience and response to pandemics and disruptions.

  • Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020

    The Public Policy Center will host an online forum to explore the COVID-related research being done on the UI campus, and brainstorm ways in which social science researchers might collaborate.

  • Thursday, April 30th, 2020

    Dr. Richard Larew presents a Facebook Live event featuring Professor David Gould, a Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Iowa’s Public Policy Center. The last decade of Professor Gould's career has revolved around re-imagining higher education and he has created exciting new university courses concentrating on issues of meaning and community. 

  • Thursday, April 30th, 2020

    Ethan Rogers, research associate in the Crime and Justice Policy Research Program, and Christopher Buresh, senior research fellow in the Transportation and Vehicle Safety Policy Research Program, presented.

  • Thursday, April 30th, 2020

    The PPC is proud to co-sponsor the Iowa City Foreign Relations Council luncheon series, which have moved to an online format due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

  • Thursday, April 23rd, 2020

    Coping in the time of COVID-19 is an uncharted, life-changing task for everyone, and it can make caring for our own mental health and the mental health of those around us a challenge.

    To support you during this difficult time, the University of Iowa will host a mental health virtual panel discussion on Thursday, April 23, for faculty and staff to learn about the mental health resources that continue to be offered to the UI community, as well as strategies and tips for coping during the time of COVID-19.

  • Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020

    THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELED UNDER THE UNIVERSITY'S DIRECTIVE TO MOVE ALL CLASSES ONLINE.

     This workshop will provide a tutorial on multilevel models (also known as hierarchical linear models). This workshop will cover how to conduct multilevel analyses using Stata with continuous and binary dependent variables. We assume that participants have no prior knowledge of multilevel modeling and only basic familiarity with Stata. Example code will be provided.

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