Research Software Workshops and Seminars

CTRL is pleased to supplement our drop-in hours with workshops this semester. All workshops will be held in the Anderson Computing Complex (B-11, B-13 & B-14). Follow the link below to register for sessions.

Workshop Schedule

Topic Date Start End
Intro to SPSS 23-Jan 11:20 12:35
Intro to Stata 25-Jan 2:30 3:45
Intro to Qualtrics 28-Jan 4:05 5:20
Intro to NVivo 29-Jan 11:20 12:35
Intro to R 31-Jan 2:30 3:45
Intro to Python 5-Feb 5:45 7:00
Intro to SPSS 7-Feb 2:30 3:45
Intro to NVivo 8-Feb 12:55 2:10
Intro to Stata 12-Feb 11:20 12:35
Intro to R 13-Feb 4:05 5:20
Intro to SPSS 18-Feb 12:55 2:10
Intro to LaTeX & Using the AU LaTeX Dissertation Template 19-Feb 2:30 3:45
Intro to Qualtrics 20-Feb 11:20 12:35
Intro to SAS 22-Feb 2:30 3:45
Intro to NVivo 4-Mar 4:05 5:20
Intro to Python 6-Mar 4:05 5:20
Intro to R 8-Mar 12:55 2:10
Intro to Mathematica 18-Mar 5:45 7:00
Intro to Qualtrics 19-Mar 2:30 3:45
R for Data Visualizations 21-Mar 2:30 4:00
Intro to Stata 25-Mar 5:45 7:00
Intro to MATLAB 27-Mar 5:45 7:00
Qualtrics Experimental Design 28-Mar 2:30 4:00
Stata Logit/Probit Regressions 2-Apr 2:30 4:00
NVivo: Working with Images, Videos, and other Non-Text Data 4-Apr 2:30 4:00

Research Seminar Series

The Research Method Seminar showcase the work of faculty at AU. The speakers are invited to share a recent research project with particular emphasis on method selection, implementation and analysis.

Student Research Forum

This forum allows AU students to give presentations that emphasize method implementation and analysis.