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Research Support Events

  • ASPI GRAD LAB

    Eggers Hall , 306B Campbell's Public Affairs Institute Conference room

    The grad lab is designed to create opportunities for graduate students to come together--share and get feedback on their work and engage across disciplines with interests in autonomous systems/artificial intelligence.

  • CAPS Seminar: Courtney C. Coile

    Virtual

    CAPS Seminar: Courtney C. Coile, Professor of Economics at Wellesley College Title: Recessions and Retirement: New Evidence from the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • CPR Seminar Series: Sarah Komisarow

    Eggers Hall , 060

    Sarah Komisarow (Duke University) will present "Ending Exclusionary Discipline in the Early Grades: Effects and Implications" as part of the CPR Seminar Series.

  • Conversations in Conflict Studies - Catherine Herrold

    Maxwell Hall , 204

    Conversations in Conflict Studies Presents Prof. Catherine Herrold - "Mobilizing the Masses: Civil Society and Social Change in Palestine"

  • Applied Micro Seminar with Zhe He

    Eggers 112

    “Partial Identification of the Marginal Treatment Effect with an Invalid Discrete Instrument”

  • CAPS Seminar: Taylor Hargrove

    Virtual

    CAPS Seminar: Taylor Hargrove, Assistant Professor of Sociology at University of North Carolina Title: Mental Health across the Early life Course and the Intersections of Race, Skin Tone, and School Context

  • ASPI GRAD LAB

    Eggers Hall , 152

    The grad lab is designed to create opportunities for graduate students to come together--share and get feedback on their work and engage across disciplines with interests in autonomous systems/artificial intelligence.

  • CAPS Annual Conference Keynote Speaker: David Cutler

    Virtual

    CAPS Annual Conference Keynote Speaker: David Cutler, Professor of Applied Economics at Harvard University, presents "Is Aging a Luxury Good?"

  • Open Access Publishing for Social Scientists

    Eggers Hall , 341

    Open access is changing the academic publishing landscape. Dylan Mohr, Open Scholarship Librarian at Syracuse University, will cover the different forms of open access publishing, why some journals charge authors to make their work open access, and how you can leverage local agreements and funds to cover those costs.

  • Applied Micro Seminar with Samuel Saltmarsh

    Eggers 112

    "Durable housing, vacancies, and blight: The effects of residential demolitions in Detroit"

  • Econometrics Lunch Seminar with Alexander Chudik

    Eggers Hall , 112

    "Estimating Long-Run Relationships in Dynamic Heterogeneous Panels: Pooled Bewley and System PMG Estimators."

  • Applied Micro Seminar with Shuyuan Li

    Eggers 112

    "No Child Left Behind: Differentiated Efforts and Achievement Gaps"

  • Applied Micro Seminar with Dan Zhang

    112 Eggers

    "Size of Export Markets and Trade Shock: Analysis on Chinese Firms and US Tariff Change"

  • Mechanics of Spatial Development

    Eggers Hall , 341

    Economics professor Lorenzo Caliendo (Yale University) will speak about his work developing a dynamic spatial growth model to explore the role of trade and internal migration in the process of economic development.

  • Maxwell Celebration of Undergraduate Scholarship

    Eggers Hall , 220 Eggers Hall

    Maxwell Celebration of Undergraduate Scholarship

  • Refractive Governance and Regulatory Risk Shift in Online Marketplaces

    Hall of Languages , 421

    In this talk I will share new empirical findings and conceptual frameworks from an ongoing qualitative study of Amazon’s third-party marketplace.

  • Effective Data Management for Grant Applications

    Virtual

    The workshop will cover best practices for data management and writing data management plans that are now commonly required for external grant applications.