MARCH 5th, Monday at noon in Political Science room 2069: An Introduction to Email Audit Studies

MARCH 5th, Monday at noon in Political Science room 2069: An Introduction to Email Audit Studies

How can researchers detect discrimination? One way to do so is through an email audit study. In this talk, I will provide an introduction to conducting this type of experiment. Beginning with a brief history of the method, I will then illustrate its use by presenting the results of an audit study on religious discrimination in the American public school system. After highlighting several potential replication issues related to experiments like this, I will close by providing a step-by-step guide to conducting an audit study. This section of the talk will focus particularly on efficient code-based approaches to implementation and collecting and coding outcome data.

MARCH 8, poli Sci rm 2069, 5:15PM Undergraduate Poster Session- Networks & Behavior!

MARCH 8, poli Sci rm 2069, 5:15PM Undergraduate Poster Session- Networks & Behavior!

Join us for an undergraduate poster session! This is the final project for undergraduates in "Networks & Behavior," a course using R programming to understand network phenomena.  See what all these students have learned to do with their R programming skills in this short 8-week course. Support STEM teaching and learn a bit about network analysis yourself!  Social Sciences Building Rm 2069 @ 5:15PM March 8.

R You Ready?

R You Ready?

CLICK HERE for a brief slide deck that provides links to basic resources for learning R!

JOIN US APRIL 24th, MONDAY

We will host the first of our Innovations series on Monday April 24th. Prior to the event UNM Sociologist Jack Thomas reviewed introductory materials which you can find here

Shahryar Minhas and Mike Ward's presentation on latent space models can be found here.

See the schedule below for Monday's workshop (right hand panel):