Free Webinar on Switching to Online Teaching

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, many universities around the world switched to online teaching and remote learning both at scale and at speed. This creates huge challenges for faculty – especially among those who haven’t taught remotely before. In this free webinar, “Top tips for switching to teaching online,” hosts Tom Chatfield and Elspeth […]

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Interview with Award-Winning Textbook Authors

In June and July MethodSpace will focus on research-oriented careers including career purpose and goals, skills, as well as expected and unexpected transitions. Find the unfolding series here Human Resource Management: People, Data, and Analytics, 1st ed., by Talya Bauer, Berrin Erdogan, David Caughlin, and Donald Truxillo, won the Textbook and Academic Authors Association 2020 Most […]

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Teaching Peacemakers

In June and July MethodSpace will focus on research-oriented careers including career purpose and goals, skills, as well as expected and unexpected transitions. Find the unfolding series here. What career do we most need prepared people ready to serve right now? How about people who understand the dynamics of making peace and negotiating across conflicts? When […]

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Self and Social: An Interview about Autoethnography

In June and July MethodSpace will focus on research-oriented careers including career purpose and goals, skills, as well as expected and unexpected transitions. We are considering research and careers, and in that context we have the opportunity to hear from scholars who use their research in unique and important ways. We are also looking at […]

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Best Practices for Structuring and Evaluating Prison Education Programs

Every summer, the Biocomplexity Institute’s Social and Decision Analytics Division’s Data Science for the Public Good (DSPG) Young Scholars program draws university students from around the country to work together on projects that use computational expertise to address critical social issues faced by local, regional, state or federal governments. The students conduct research at the intersection of […]

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