The Summer Institute in Social Research Methods provides undergraduate and early-career graduate students with accelerated training in theoretically-grounded research methodologies commonly used in social scientific analysis. The Summer Institute is appropriate for students interested in using social scientific research methods in academic and non-academic applications.
Students admitted to any of the SISRM courses may participate in the program’s co-curricular programming and guest speaker series. The courses included in the SISRM this year are:
- Archival Methods and Historical Thinking
- Computing for Social Sciences
- Introduction to GIS and Spatial Analysis
- Introductory Statistical Methods and Applications for the Social Sciences
- Psychological Research Methods
- Survey Data Analysis
- Virtual Ethnographic Research Methods
There is no special application for the SISRM. Interested students should simply apply for at least one of the courses listed above.
For more information visit Summer Institute in Social Research Methods.