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SSRI Workshop for History Grad Students

You are invited to a special session for history graduate students with the Duke Social Science Research Institute (SSRI). SSRI staff will provide background on the institute, explain how it can further your research objectives (particularly regarding quantitative research), and show you where you can always find free coffee on campus.

Lunch will be provided for the event.

The History Professional Development Committee has arranged for the SSRI staff to be available to discuss specific research questions related to your projects, the beginning of what we hope are many collaborations between history and SSRI. This is an especially great opportunity for pre-ABD students to think about project design, though it will also serve ABD students seeking new datasets or parsing small mountains of archival documentation.

DETAILS:

Room 230E, Gross Hall (map link)
Tuesday, October 6th
12pm – 1:30pm
Lunch provided

Please RSVP using this link by 4pm, Friday, October 2—and please let Will Goldsmith know if you have questions.