The Quantitative Social Science Colloquium is a forum where graduate students and faculty members from various social science disciplines present ongoing research that either applies or develops cutting-edge quantitative methods. Occasionally, external speakers are invited to give a presentation. The seminar is jointly sponsored by the Departments of Politics, Psychology and Sociology. You can find details of future QSS colloquium speakers and topics below. Past QSS speakers and topics are here.
The Faculty Coordinators are Tom Griffiths, Dean Knox, Betsy Levy-Paluck, John Londregan, Marc Ratkovic, Matthew Salganik, and Brandon Stewart. The Graduate Student Coordinators are Naijia Liu and Ian Lundberg. For questions about logistics please contact the graduate student coordinators. For all other questions please contact Brandon Stewart.
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