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Upcoming Events

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January 29, 2020

IPR/CNAIR Colloquium - What Drives Native American Poverty?

Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology; IPR Fellow; and CNAIR Fellow (2019-20)
February 3, 2020

Are Earthquake-Shaking Forecasts Good Enough to Rely on for Planning and Policy?

Bruce Spencer, Professor of Statistics and IPR Fellow; Seth Stein, William Deering Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences; Leah Saldith and James Neely, IPR Graduate Research Assistants, Earth and Planetary Sciences
February 5, 2020

STEPP Colloquium - Publication Biases in Replication Studies

James Druckman, Payson S. Wild Professor of Political Science and IPR Associate Director and IPR Fellow
February 10, 2020

Who Are the Game Changers? Why We Need to Study Leadership in Adolescence

Jennifer Tackett, Professor of Psychology and IPR Associate
February 17, 2020

TBA

Brayden King, Max McGraw Chair of Management and the Environment, Professor of Management and Organizations, Kellogg, and IPR Associate
February 26, 2020

Special Lecture - The Greatest Anti-Poverty Success Story I Know

Jason DeParle, New York Times reporter and author of "A Good Provider Is One Who Leaves: One Family and Migration in the 21st Century"
March 2, 2020

TBA

Melissa Simon, George H. Gardner, MD, Professor of Clinical Gynecology, Vice Chair for Clinical Research, and
IPR Associate
March 4, 2020

STEPP Colloquium - Limitless Regression Discontinuity

Ben Hansen, Associate Professor of Statistics, University of Michigan
March 9, 2020

Two-Generation Human Capital Programs for Parents and Children: Are They Effective? Why or Why Not?

Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Frances Willard Professor of Human Development and Social Policy, Vice Provost for  
Academics, and IPR Fellow; Teresa Eckrich Sommer, IPR Research Associate Professor

July 6, 2020 - July 16, 2020

Research Training Institute on Cluster-Randomized Trials

Faculty Organizers: Larry Hedges and Elizabeth Tipton

This two-week, in-depth training institute covers a range of specific topics in the design, implementation, and analysis of data for use in cluster-randomized trials, allowing researchers to account for the group effects of teachers and classrooms when measuring an intervention’s effects on individual student achievement. Support comes from the National Center for Education Research, housed in the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences.