Held by the Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race Research
Engaging Communities to Protect Students; Sponsored by TASA and The University of Texas at Austin's College of Education
For 35 years, NISOD’s conference has provided faculty, administrators, and staff with the resources, ideas, and solutions that drive excellence in all areas of community and technical college campuses. Come be inspired!
Join us as we celebrate the College’s Spring 2018 graduates.
In this hands-on workshop, given by SMARTER Director Dr. Adam Sales, you will learn how to implement a variety of approaches to correcting for multiplicity in your research.
Sponsored by The University of Texas at Austin Athletic Training Education Program & The Longhorn Athletic Training Student Association
This hands-on workshop will focus on the treatment of fascial and soft-tissue dysfunction using an integrated approach based on concepts from TriggerPoint Performance and Fascial Distortion
Lecture by Roger Farrar, Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, the University of Texas at Austin
Prioritizing Equity in Educational Research: Implications for Methodological Designs and Analysis
In this workshop, you will learn about recent advances in causal mediation analysis, including a better understanding of its goals and what assumptions are necessary.
Children's Multilingual Development and Education: Fostering Linguistic Resources in Home and School Contexts
Alison Bailey will provide a systematic examination of the beliefs and practices of parents and educators who share the common goal of improving educational and social outcomes for multilingual children.
By Broderick Chow, University of Brunel, London
In this workshop, learn what propensity score matching is, when to use it, its pros and cons, and (using real data) how to implement an propensity score study in R.