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I teach a range of courses on quantitative methods in the social sciences

CEP 991B: a Seminar on the Theory and Method of Social Networks

We integrate statistical methods that help address the dependencies inherent in social network data and graphical techniques for representing social structure with theory from organizational studies, communications, social psychology, etc.

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CEP 991B: Second Semester Workshop course on Network Analysis

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CEP 991B: a Seminar on Causal Inference with focus on Sensitivity Analysis

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CEP 935

A course on multivariate statistics including Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Discriminant Analysis, Factor Analysis, Canonical Correlation, Cluster Analysis and Multidimensional Scaling.

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CEP 933

An introductory course into the general linear model (ANOVA and Regression) featuring SPSS and NELS88 a nationally representative data base). I draw the substantive context from recent examples in the educational literature.

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CEP 822

An introductory research methods course for master's students in Education. Students learn to interpret statistical analyses in the context of research articles. I design small group discussions including role playing, tutoring, argumentation, etc.

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CEP 991B: a Seminar on the Theory and Method of Social Networks

CEP 991B: a Seminar on Causal Inference and the Diffusion of Innovations

CEP 935

CEP 933

CEP 822

 

 

 

 

 

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