Multilevel Models in Quantitative Research: Bayesian Perspectives on Inference and Computation, 11/6/09-11/7/09

The autumn 2009 Research Methods short course is “Multilevel Models in Quantitative Research: Bayesian Perspectives on Inference and Computation.” I am very pleased to announce that the instructor will be Professor Jeff Gill. Professor Gill holds a Ph.D. in Statistics, and is the author of numerous publications, including influential books on Bayesian statistics. He is Director of the Center for Applied Statistics at Washington University, St. Louis, and currently is President of the Society for Political Methodology. Professor Gill regularly teaches courses on applied statistics in the Medical School at Washington University and at the Essex Summer School in Data Collection and Analysis. His course will be held on Friday November 6th and Saturday November 7th. Friday’s class begins at 10 AM in Green 3.606. Saturday we start at 10 AM in Green 3.206. Free pizza lunch will be provided both days! All are welcome. Teaching materials are available at the following website:

http://jgill.wustl.edu/short.course.html

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