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Upcoming Events:

Tuesday, October 21, 2014, 12:30-2pm

Location: Silsby 119

Title: "Hacking the Electorate: How Campaigns Perceive Voters"
Seminar with Eitan Hersh, an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Yale University, who received his PhD from Harvard.
This presentation will show that the strategies political campaigns use to interact with voters are a result of the policy environment in which campaigns operate.  Public policies about the collection and distribution of personal data affect campaign strategy and voter behavior.

 

Thursday, November 20, 2014, noon-1:30pm

Location: Silsby 119

Title: TBA
Seminar with Allen Riddell, a William H. Neukom 1964 Fellow at Dartmouth College, who received his PhD in the Program in Literature at Duke University.
Riddell's research explores the uses of statistics and machine learning in the study of very large text collections (of novels, academic journals, newspapers, etc.).

 

Thursday, April 23, 2015, noon-1:30pm

Location: TBA

Title:
Seminar with Deborah Beim, an Assistant Professor in the Political Science department at Yale University.
Beim studies American politics in general and judicial politics in particular, with a focus on interactions between the U.S. Supreme Court and the Courts of Appeals.

 

 

Past Events:

Tuesday, September 9, 2014, 2-4pm

Location: Leverone Field House

Orientation Information Expo: First-year students are invited to bring their parents and families to the very popular Expo where you can explore many different aspects of the College by stopping at the various tables and speaking with the representatives there. Do come by and learn more about the Mathematics and Social Sciences Program, and all that it can offer you in your studies!

Friday, September 12, 2014, 9-10am

Location: Silsby 113

First-Year-Orientation Open House: Mathematics and Social Sciences is an interdisciplinary program that focuses on the use of statistics and computing in the social sciences. Students who want to combine interests in a social science field with courses that emphasize technical skills--with particular emphasis on data analysis and computation--should stop by to learn about this program and its plans for the future.

Last Updated: 10/21/14