The Center for Social Science Research (CSSR) invites faculty and research staff – especially those within the social sciences, including the College of Arts and Letters, the Law School, the Mendoza College of Business and the Keough School of Global Affairs, as well as other frequent CSSR users – to an open house on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Forum of Jenkins Nanovic Halls.
In discussing this event, Kate Mueller, managing director of the CSSR, said, “This open house is an opportunity for our frequent users, as well as those interested in working with us, to learn about how we support research across multiple disciplines, to interact with the experts on our team, and to view our new space in Jenkins Nanovic Halls. I invite all interested researchers to stop by the event to get a better idea of what the CSSR is all about and how we can support your next project.”
The event will take place within the Forum of Jenkins Nanovic Halls and include an opportunity for attendees to meet with CSSR faculty and see the new CSSR space. Additionally, Mueller and Jarek Nabrzyski, director of the Center for Research Computing, will both briefly speak to attendees.
Food and refreshments, including adult beverages, will be available. To learn about this event and the CSSR, please visit cssr.nd.edu.
The Center for Social Science Research, which is a part of the Center for Research Computing, is dedicated to improving the quality and efficiency of social research at the University of Notre Dame. The center offers computational services to faculty, students, and staff and offers expertise in statistical analysis, survey design and implementation, data acquisition and management, geographic information system (GIS) mapping, and more. To learn more about the center, please visit cssr.nd.edu.
Kate Mueller / Managing Director
Notre Dame Research / University of Notre Dame
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Originally published by cssr.nd.edu on October 22, 2018.at