Congratulations to Daniel Schwartz, 3rd year doctoral student in the Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Chicago, who has been selected by the the Social Statistics, Government Statistics, and Survey Research Methods sections of the American Statistical Association to receive a Student Paper Award at the 2020 Joint Statistical meetings in Philadelphia. The title of his paper is “Estimation of the Site-Average Treatment Effect in Multisite Randomized Trials with Heterogeneous Treatment Effects.” This is joint work with Steve Raudenbush, Professor in Sociology and in the Committee on Quantitative Methods in Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences and Chair of the Committee on Education.
- Committee on Quantitative Methods wins NSF Methods Training Grant Award for STEM Education Research (Joint with Michigan State University)
- Professor Veronika Rockova wins National Science Foundation Award
- Professor Robert Gibbons receives funding from SAMHSA and NIA
- Qianheng Ma Wins JSM Student Paper Award
- Professor Ishanu Chattopadhyay’s proposal selected by BIG