News & Events

Annual Theme

Annual Theme

Research Design is Not Enough

The mission of QTM is to promote the teaching, learning, and use of quantitative theory and methods. One of the ways we seek to engage students, faculty, and the community is by overing a variety of events throughout the acacemic year, a number of which revolve around the Institute's annual theme. Research Design is Not Enough will again be this year’s theme, showcased through another outstanding speaker series as well as a conference on the Role of Theory in Causal Identification.

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About Events

Annual Themes

By centering some events on a particular quantitative theme, we strive to enrich the understanding of each topic by exhibiting its various uses & applications.

Speaker Series

QTM hosts speakers to discuss relevant topics beyond the annual theme. Click here to see upcoming Speaker Series events. Past and present speaker series include:
  • Research Design is Not Enough
  • Data Visualization
  • Quantitative Climate Change
  • Quantitative Biology & Theoretical Biophysics
  • Big Data
  • Quantitative Humanities

Conferences, Symposia, & Workshops

Additional venues are used to engage a broader audience. Click here to view upcoming conferences, symposia, & workshops. Past and current workshops & conferences include:
  • Python for Data Scientists
  • Dimensionality Reduction
  • Text Analysis
  • The Role of Theory in Causal Identification
  • Digital Scholarship in South Asian Studies
  • Statistics of the Vocal World

Networking Events

Designed to facilitate networking and connections to industry. Events include industry leaders, faculty, and undergraduate and graduate students. Click here to view upcoming Networking Events

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Event Calender

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