Center For Statistics And The Social Sciences

The Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences promotes collaborative interdisciplinary research on statistical methods for the social sciences, and teaches a rich menu of courses for social science students.


Seminar series: 10/29, Tyler McCormick, Networks on the right hand side: Relating networks to outcomes
CSSS Class Project becomes APSR paper: Aaron Erlich and Dan Berliner's paper, Competing for Transparency: Political Competition and Institutional Reform in Mexican States began as a final project in their CSSS Event History Class. It has just been accepted into the American Political Science Review! Congratulations, Aaron (Ph.D. candidate in Political Science) and Dan (UW Ph.D, now Assistant Professor of Political Science at Minnesota)!
CSSS Travel Grants: Call for Applications. Deadline: November 10, 2014

New Items

Working Paper no. 146 (650K bytes)

"InterVA4: An R package to analyze verbal autopsy data"
Zehang Richard Li, Tyler H. McCormick, and Samuel J. Clark
September 2014

Working Paper no. 145 (816K bytes)

"Use and Communication of Probabilistic Forecasts"
Adrian E. Raftery
August 2014

Working Paper no. 144 (2210K bytes)

"Online Information Behaviors During Disaster Events: Roles, Routines, and Reactions"
Harrison T. Reeder, Tyler McCormick, and Emma Spiro
August 2014


Grants & Fellowships
Seed Grants, Graduate Research Grants, Undergraduate Research Grants

Courses, Ph.D. Tracks, Blalock Fellowship, Math Camp

Research Projects and Working Papers

Consulting, Computing, Conference Room/Equipment Reservation