Please see this exciting opportunity for interested faculty members below:
We are pleased to announce 2018 Sustainable Research Pathways (SRP) program is now accepting applications from faculty at US degree granting academic institutions. Come to Berkeley Lab to learn about summer research opportunities for you and/or your students at a Department of Energy National Laboratory
SRP Matching and Exploratory Workshop To facilitate the possible matching of faculty and/or their students with lab research opportunities, selected faculty will be invited to a...
Please see this exciting opportunity to learn Python remotely below:
The Center for High Performance Computing’s Summer 2018 Presentation Series continues tomorrow with part 1 of the hands-on introduction to python programming sessions presented by Brett Milash and Wim Cardoen:
Imagine conducting a randomized controlled trial with noncompliance (participants assigned to the treatment group can choose to avoid treatment, and participants assigned to the control group are able to seek out treatment). If the experimenter observes the ultimate treatment status for all participants, then she can use random assignment as an instrumental variable to measure the causal effect of treatment. Miguel...
Bob Freeman PhD, Director of Research Technology Operations at RCS, and a member of the Harvard Research Computing Council, will be giving a talk at the Harvard Technology ABCD meeting held on May 4th from 12pm - 2pm to discuss how research computing is changing at HBS, and examples of research that have benefited from RCS assistance. If you are interested in attending this meeting, please visit: https://www.abcd.harvard.edu/MeetingAnn.html
Dplyr is an R package used for data manipulation which provides much more concise, readable blocks of data manipulation code once you can understand its syntax. Dplyr is built around 5 verbs: Select, Filter, Arrange, Mutate, and Summarize.
Please see this exciting summer program to improve and learn new research methodologies below:
The 2018 ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research is offering over 80 courses on a broad range of methodologies and techniques that are relevant for research in the social, behavioral, and health sciences.
Both four week and three-to-five day workshops are offered throughout the summer at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor campus. For more details, visit: ...