The Subterranean Genome of the Devil Worm Professor John R. Bracht Department of Biology (CAS) Abstract: The subterranean worm H. mephisto, was first discovered in a gold mine in South Africa, living nearly a mile underground in water-filled cracks in the earth’s crust. Completely isolated from the terrestrial biosphere, this organism has managed to survive, […]
On Friday, October 2nd, CTRL is offering it’s first ever all-day Stata training event. The workshop will go from 10:20 am to 4:45pm, with a light lunch served in the early afternoon. The full agenda for the workshop is below. Attendees do not need to be present for the entire time. To register and see the […]
New! CTRL’s Research Support Group is offering extended software training sessions. For Fall 2015, we are offering full-day training in Stata and R, and half-day training in Qualtrics and NVivo. The full-day training sessions will include a light lunch. Full descriptions for the workshops are below. If you are interested in registering to attend these, […]
GIS Cloud Mobile Data Collection app provides a low-cost and feature-rich alternative to other geographical information system (GIS) collection services and devices.
If you think you know Google Drive, but haven’t used it for a few months or a year, you should check it out again – Google is continually adding features to Drive products.
Tips to keep your classes going and your students focused on the class material while campus is closed.
The CTRL Lab team is online ready to support you accessing the Virtual Computing Lab. We can also help you with questions regarding SPSS and Stata. Remember to friend us on Skype (our user name is “ctrl_research“) and send us … Continue reading
NOT TO WORRY, if the Saturn snowstorm (aka Snowquester) hits us we will be ready to support our “snowed in” AU community with Stata, SPSS and general questions. So if we have to be closed tomorrow this is what we … Continue reading
Finals week is almost over! Congratulations on making it through another semester (students and professors!). Enjoy your much-deserved break, but don’t let your brain atrophy and résumé stagnate. Cruising Tumblr and Facebook can only get you so far – there are plenty … Continue reading
It’s that season again – the end of the semester! Check out some of the fascinating research conducted by SIS Graduate students, Friday November 30 from 5-7 PM in the SIS Atrium.