LINK’s first Advanced Quantitative Research Summer School
LINK’s first Advanced Quantitative Research Summer School was recently hosted by Dr. Na Fu. The event was an enormous success, with colleagues attending from LINK, the wider DCU community and other institutions nationally.
The Summer School is designed to provide PhD students and researchers in the social science area with systematic training in advanced quantitative research methods using SPSS and AMOS. After the summer school participants are able to understand a range of quantitative research methods and apply these techniques to their own data analysis journey.
There is now a waiting list for a future similar event, and Dr Na Fu will possibly run another event focusing specifically on SEM using AMOS.
Na is an IRCHSS postdoctoral research fellow at Dublin City University and is a member of LINK Research Institute. Na received her BA in Engineering from Northeastern University (China) and a Doctoral Degree from Dublin City University in 2011. Na specialises in quantitative research methods and provides expertise and advice to PhD students and colleagues in diverse fields, e.g. psychology, management, accounting, sports science, education studies, and computing science. Her research has received a number of international and national awards including AOM Best Paper Award, IAM Best Paper Award, and Emerald PhD Thesis Award.
If you have any interest in either workshops, then please get in touch with Na (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You can view some highlights of the day in the clip below:
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