Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research

Start: June 22, 2009
End: Aug. 14, 2009
Place: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Organizer: Inter-University consortium for political and social research
Use the links on this page to see the class lists for the four-week sessions, the three- to five-day statistical workshops, and the three- to five-day substantive workshops.

* The first four-week session will run from June 22, 2009 through July 17, 2009. (

*The second four-week session will run from July 20, 2009 through August 14, 2009. (

*Three- to five-day statistical workshops will be offered from the beginning of June through the end of August, in a variety of locations across the country, as well as in Ann Arbor. (

*The ICPSR Summer Program offers a number of workshops on substantive topics. These courses focus on applying quantitative analytic methods to particular subject areas, rather than leaning new mathematical and statistical techniques. Several of the substantive workshops occur during the four-week sessions, but most of them are offered in the shorter, three- to five-day format. (

The fee structure for the 2009 ICPSR Summer Program is now available. Fees differ for participants from ICPSR member institutions and for participants who are not from ICPSR member institutions. If you are not sure whether your college, university, or other institution is a member of ICPSR, then check the complete list of ICPSR member institutions. Note that there is a discount for early enrollments to the four-week sessions that are paid in full before May 1, 2009. There is an additional discount for participants who register for both four-week sessions.
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