Michigan’s a vibrant place, and there are many CSS-related events this fall besides those our workshop organizes. We’ve gathered a partial list of them here:
- Every other Wednesday: “Tech & Texts” text analysis workshops for all skill levels offered by the UM library.
- September 11, 2-4 PM: CSCAR workshop* on “Matching with R” (e.g. propensity score matching). Free. Registration required.
- September 14, 4-5:30 PM: Jason Owen-Smith, “Research Universities and our Common Future: Creative Capabilities at Scale” Michigan League, Hussey room.
- October 11: MIDAS Symposium Free. Registration requested.
- 10:25 AM: James Pennebaker “Analyzing Words to Understand People”
- 1:30 PM: Cathy O’Neil “Weapons of Math Destruction”
- October 20, 4-5 PM: MIDAS Seminar Series, Kevin Xu
- October 21, 2:30-4 PM: “Topic Models: LDA” in the Statistical Learning Workshop
- October 28, 2:30-4 PM: “Multilingual Topic Modeling of Social Policy in Papal Encyclicals” Anna Grzymala-Busse and Blake Miller in the Statistical Learning Workshop
* Free CSCAR workshops are only announced one month in advance, so stay tuned for more.