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Inclusive Research Matters Seminar Series
How often do we think about the role of inclusion in research? Learn more about the links between inclusion and research at the inaugural Inclusive Research Matters seminar series co-sponsored by the ISR Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Educational Programs Working Group, the PSC Training Program, and the Michigan Program in Survey and Data Science.
Upcoming talks include:
Impact of response styles on inclusive measurement
Wednesday, October 27, noon to 1:10pm ET via Zoom
Speakers: Fernanda Alvarado-Leiton (U-M), Sunghee Lee (U-M), and Rachel Davis (University of Sout Carolina)
Representative Research: Assessing Diversity in Online Samples
Wednesday, November 10, noon to 1:10pm ET via Zoom
Speaker: Frances Barlas (Vice President, Research Methods at Ipsos Public Affairs)
Equity & Inclusion in Accessible Survey Design
Wednesday, December 8, noon to 1:10pm ET via Zoom
Speaker: Scott Crawford (Founder and Chief Vision Officer, SoundRocket)
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ISR’s faculty experts conduct groundbreaking and wide-ranging social science research — representing more than 20 academic disciplines. Included below are two examples of the type of work being done by members of our team.
October 22, 2021
Margo Schlanger, the Wade H. and Dores M. McCree Collegiate Professor of Law, is a leading authority on civil rights Read more
October 21, 2021
DETROIT—The scale of Detroit’s home repair need is even greater than previously estimated, according to new findings from the University Read more
October 20, 2021
ANN ARBOR – ANN ARBOR—Gun violence leads to tens of thousands of deaths or injuries every year in the United Read more
October 18, 2021
ANN ARBOR–Research Professor Bob Schoeni died peacefully at home from complications of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) on October 13, 2021 Read more