JUNE 27-JULY 12
EITM: EMPIRICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THEORETICAL MODELS
2020 EITM Summer Institute at Duke University
Training a new generation of political scientists who integrate theoretical and empirical research to expand our understanding of politics
For nearly two decades, hundreds of graduate students in political science have participated in EITM summer institutes at universities across the country. Funded by NSF (National Science Foundation), these institutes improve participants' ability to address both theoretically and empirically a wide range of important research questions.
The 2020 Summer Institute will be held at Duke University from June 27 (arrival) through July 12 (departure). Faculty will include Ethan Bueno de Mesquita, Scott de Marchi, Sean Gailmard, Monika Nalepa, John Patty, Maggie Penn, Arthur Spirling, Brandon Stewart, Dustin Tingley, and Rocio Titiunik.
Tuition, housing, and travel expenses will be provided for all participants. We encourage applications from graduate students, postdocs, and new faculty interested in learning more about the linkages between theory and empirics, regardless of subfield. We particularly welcome applications from members of under-represented groups.
Applications are due March 13, 2020.
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