Workshop in Methods (WIM)

The Workshop in Methods (WIM) was created in 2009 with the mission of providing introductory education and training in sophisticated research methods to graduate students and faculty in the social sciences at Indiana University. Our goal is to supplement statistics and methods courses across the Bloomington campus with topical workshops led by leading methodological scholars from IU and across the United States.

WIM is currently directed by Patricia McManus, working with the WIM advisory committee and the Social Science Research Commons. The initial idea for WIM began with Scott Long, who discussed his vision with Dr. William Alex Pridemore. Pridemore created WIM and directed the series until 2013.

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Friday, September 28, 2018

Grant Application Workshop for Early-Career Social Scientists with Dr. Regina Werum

Social Science Research Commons Grand Hall

2:00-2:30pmIntroduction to Proposal Writing, Best Practices, and Q&A
3:45-4:30pmQ&A with recent awardees
4:30-6:00pmFunding opportunities for social science and social science methodology

Currently at the University of Nebraska Lincoln, Dr. Regina E. Werum earned her M.A. and a combined Ph.D. in Sociology and American Studies from Indiana University, Bloomington. From 2010-2012, she served as a Program Director for Sociology at the National Science Foundation.

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