Are you interested in learning how to do more with GIS? The GIS Centre is holding its Lunchless Learn Series at the Killam Library with sessions starting on September 24st and continuing on all the way to November 6th. Sign up to one of the self contained sessions (offered at different dates and times to better accommodate your schedule) by sending an email to email@example.com
Please have a look at the schedule below.
Are you a Dalhousie University graduate student passionate about Canadian public policy? Do you have a background in quantitative analysis or statistics? Are you interested in getting SAS training and insight from mentors to help you analyze a policy issue of your own choosing using exclusive Statistics Canada data?
You might want to consider participating in the CRDCN National Policy Challenge by submitting a research proposal online, individually or as a team, by October 1. The top three teams will win cash prizes, with the top team being awarded an additional travel grant to attend a 1-day special event in Ottawa to present their results.
The Atlantic Research Data Centre (ARDC) is offering introductory and intermediate level workshops for statistical software SAS and STATA. SAS Workshops will be held on Saturday September 29, 2018, and STATA workshops will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2018.
Students, researchers, or university affiliated personnel who do not have a research grant or other sources of funding to cover the workshop fee ($150) can apply for a fee waiver using the Workshop Registration Form.More information below.