Call for Applications: CASBS Summer Institute on Organizations and their Effectiveness

Since 2016, the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford has run a two-week summer “boot camp” for young faculty in sociology, economics, law, management, and political science with the aim of getting organizations researchers out of their disciplinary and methodological silos. During the pandemic, we have met online, but we are now preparing for an in-person workshop for July 2023. The institute brings together young faculty and postdoctoral fellows from across the world to learn from notable faculty and each other, through lectures, hacks, discussion, and walks. Led by Bob Gibbons (MIT Sloan and Economics) and Woody Powell (Stanford Education and Sociology, currently director of CASBS), they are joined by “guest chefs” from many disciplines. Recent visitors to the workshop have included Kate Kellogg, Dan Carpenter, Hahrie Han, Jenna Bednar, Scott Page, Adam Reich, Marianne Bertrand, Rebecca Henderson, and Jerry Davis. Participants describe the experience as transformational, and an exceptional way to build an inter-disciplinary organizations committee.

We are now taking applications for Summer 2023. For more information about applying, please go to:
Call for Applications 2023

Call for Applications 2023Fellowship Opportunity Applications due December 12, 2022 Application portal can be accessed at https://applycasbs.stanford.edu/summerapplication/ Summer Institute for Behavioral and Social Scientists Organizations and Their Effectiveness July 16 through July 29, 2023 Directors Robert Gibbons (rgibbons@mit.edu), economics and management, MIT Woody Powell (woodyp@stanford.edu),View this on Stanford >

Call for Applications: Arizona Methods Workshops

Please join us for the 9th Annual Arizona Methods Workshops, January 3-5, 2019.

This year we will offer workshops in Propensity Score Techniques, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Qualitative Data Analysis in ATLAS.ti, Team and Grant Management, and R.

Please share with your colleagues and graduate students!  Graduate students can apply for the Scott R. Eliason Award, which covers all but the $50 registration fee (deadline is 10/31).

Website (links to workshop descriptions, instructor bios, award application, & online registration):

https://sociology.arizona.edu/methods

Flyer:

Call for Applications: CASBS Summer Institute on “Organizations and Their Effectiveness”

Fellowship Opportunity

Application portal can be accessed starting November 27, 2018, at
https://applycasbs.stanford.edu/summerapplication/

Summer Institute for Behavioral and Social Scientists
Organizations and Their Effectivness 
July 8 through July 20, 2019

Directors
Robert Gibbons (rgibbons@mit.edu), economics and management, MIT
Woody Powell (woodyp@stanford.edu), education and sociology, Stanford University

ABOUT THE CASBS SUMMER INSTITUTE
The fourth annual CASBS summer institute on Organizations and Their Effectiveness will occur from July 8 through July 20, 2019 at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences on the Stanford University campus. Fifteen fellowships will be awarded to cover tuition, room and board, and travel.

We will begin reviewing completed applications on December 17, 2018. The application portal will remain open until January 14, 2019. Fellowship awards will be announced by email no later than February 22, 2019.

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Call for Applications: 8th Berlin Summer School in Social Science

Berlin Summer School in Social Science 
Linking Theory and Empirical Research
Berlin, July 16 – 26, 2018

 

We are delighted to announce the 8th Berlin Summer School in Social Sciences. The summer school aims at supporting young researchers by strengthening their ability in linking theory and empirical research. The two-week program creates an excellent basis for the development of their current research designs.

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