9th GESIS Summer School: Program, Registration, Scholarships

Dear colleagues,

***Apologies for cross-posting***

The 9th GESIS Summer School in Survey Methodology takes place 30 July – 21 August 2020 at GESIS in Cologne, Germany. For the full program, detailed course descriptions, and registration visit http://gesis.org/summerschool

Scholarships sponsored by the European Survey Research Association (ESRA) are available. More information on scholarships on our website at http://gesis.org/summerschool

// Program

_Short courses (30 - 31 July)
Introduction to Data Analysis Using Stata
Introduction to Data Analysis Using MPlus

_Week 1 (03 - 07 August)
Research Designs and Causal Inference
Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling: Confirmatory Factor Analysis with MPlus
Introduction to Data Analysis Using R
Mathematical Tools for Social Scientists: A Refresher Course with R

_Week 2 (10 - 14 August)
Introduction to Survey Design
Applied Multiple Imputation
Web Surveys
Applied Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

_Week 3 (17 - 21 August)
Questionnaire Design
Survey Sampling and Weighting
Designing, Implementing, and Analyzing Longitudinal Surveys
Mixed Methods and Multimethod Research

Thanks to our cooperation with the Center for Doctoral Studies in Social and Behavioral Sciences (CDSS) at the University of Mannheim, participants can obtain a certificate acknowledging a workload worth 4 ECTS credit points per one-week course.

Participants are invited to attend several plenary and social events including evening talks by experts in Survey Methodology, weekly welcome receptions as well as cultural and social excursions.

There is no registration deadline, but to secure a place in the course(s) of your choice and to book affordable accommodation, we strongly recommend that you register as soon as possible.

We would be very happy if you could forward this announcement to other potentially interested parties.

Thank you and best wishes,
Your GESIS Summer School team


16.03.2020 10:05:40


Andreas Tutić ~ andreas.tutic[at]sozio.uni-leipzig.de                                                   

Knut Petzold ~ Knut.Petzold[at]hszg.de

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