CARMA Live Online Short Courses

The Americas Region

Sponsor

June 6-23, 2022 – Three Sessions, Twenty Seven Course Options

Sponsored by Wayne State University

Session 1: June 6-9, Nine Course Options | Session 2: June 13-16, Nine Course Options | Session 3: June 20-23, Nine Course Options

Complete Course Listing by Course Categories

Quantitative Short Courses 

Data Analysis with R

  • Introduction to R and Data Analysis (Session 1)
  • Advanced Data Analysis with R (Session 2)
  • Alternatives to Difference Scores: Polynomial Regression, and Response Surface Methodology (Session 3)

Multilevel Analysis

  • Introduction to Multilevel Analysis with R (Session 1)
  • Advanced Multilevel Analysis I: Growth Models, Mediation, Moderation, and Multi-Unit Membership (Session 2)
  • Advanced Multilevel Analysis II: Longitudinal, Consensus Emergence, Bayes and Dichotomous Outcomes (Session 3)

Structural Equation Analysis

  • Introduction to SEM with LAVAAN (Session 1)
  • Advanced SEM I: Measurement Invariance, Latent Growth Modeling & Nonrecursive Modeling (Session 2)
  • Advanced SEM II: Missing Data Issue in SEM, Multi-Level SEM and Latent Interactions (Session 3)

Big Data Tools

  • Introduction to Python for Research (Session 1)
  • Statistical Analysis of Text with R (Session 1)
  • Web Scraping: Data Collection and Analysis (Session 2)
  • Predictive Modeling and Machine Learning in R (Session 3)

Research Methods

  • Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis in R (Session 1)
  • Questionnaire Design (Session 2)
  • Theory, Methods, and Analysis for Research with Dyads (Session 2)
  • Introduction to Bayesian Analysis (Session 3)
  • Within Person Research (Session 3) (*)
  • Mixed Methods (cross listed with qualitative short courses) (Session 1) (*)

Qualitative Short Courses

  • Video Methods (Session 1)
  • Interpretive Qualitative Process Data Analysis (Session 1)
  • Mixed Methods (cross listed with qualitative short courses) (Session 1) (*)
  • Doing Grounded Theory Research (Session 2)
  • Advanced Qualitative Methods for Macro Management Research (Session 2)
  • Introduction to Ethnography (Session 2) (*)
  • Crafting High Quality Qualitative Research via a Phronetic Iterative Approach (Session 3)
  • Qualitative Comparative Analysis (Session 3) (*)
  • Case Study Methods (Session 3) (*)

(*) not offered recently


Complete Course Listing by Sessions

We offer three sessions which allows course participants the opportunity to take three back-to-back-to-back courses that complement one another. All courses in a session are taught concurrently, so a participant can take only one course per session.

Complete Course Listing

Session 1 (Choose One)  Session 2 (Choose One) Session 3 (Choose One)
Mon. June 6 through Thur. June 9    Mon. June 13 through Thur. June 16 Mon. June 20 through Thur. June 23
1. “Introduction to R and Data Analysis” –
Dr. Scott Tonidandel, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
1. “Advanced Data Analysis with R” –Dr. Justin DeSimone, The University of Alabama 1. “Alternatives to Difference Scores: Polynomial Regression, and Response Surface Methodology”  – Dr. Jeff Edwards, University of North Carolina
2. “Introduction to Multilevel Analysis with R” –
Dr. James LeBreton, Pennsylvania State University 
2. “Advanced Multilevel Analysis I: Growth Models, Mediation, Moderation, Multi-Unit Membership” –
Dr. Gilad Chen, University of Maryland
2. “Advanced Multilevel Analysis II: Longitudinal, Consensus Emergence, Bayes and Dichotomous Outcomes” –  Dr. Paul Bliese, University of South Carolina
3. “Introduction to SEM with LAVAAN” –
Dr. Betty Zhou, University of Minnesota
3. “Advanced SEM I: Measurement Invariance, LGM, and Non-recursive Models” – Dr. Robert Vandenberg, University of Georgia 3. “Advanced SEM II: Missing Data Issue in SEM, Multi-Level SEM and Latent Interactions” – Dr. Robert Vandenberg, University of Georgia
4. “Statistical Analysis of Text with R” –
Dr. Jeff Stanton, Syracuse University
4. “Web Scraping: Data Collection and Analysis” – Dr. Richard Landers, University of Minnesota 4. “Predictive Modeling and Machine Learning in R” – Dr. Andrew Speer, Wayne State University
5. “Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis in R” – Dr. Ernest O’Boyle, Indiana University 5. “Theory, Methods, and Analysis for Research with Dyads” –Dr. Janaki Gooty, University of North Carolina Charlotte 5. “Introduction to Bayesian Analysis” –
Dr. Steve Culpepper, University of Illinois 
6. “Introduction to Python for Research”– Dr. Jason T. Kiley, Clemson University 6. “Questionnaire Design” –Dr. Lisa Schurer Lambert,  Oklahoma State University 6. “Within Person Research” – Dr. Nikos Dimotakis, Oklahoma State University
7. “Video Methods”– Dr. Curtis LeBaron, Brigham Young University 7. “Doing Grounded Theory Research” –Dr. Elaine Hollensbe, University of Cincinnati  7. “Crafting High Quality Qualitative Research via a Phronetic Iterative Approach” – Dr. Sarah J. Tracy, Arizona State University
8. “Interpretive Qualitative Process Data Analysis” – Dr. Anne Smith, The University of Tennessee Knoxville 8. “Advanced Qualitative Methods for Macro Management Research” –  Dr. Rhonda Reger, University of North Texas 8. “Qualitative Comparative Analysis”– Dr. Thomas Greckhamer, Louisiana State University
9. “Mixed Methods” –Dr. Jose Molina-Azorin, University of Alicante 9. “Introduction to Ethnography” – Dr. Mike Pratt, Boston College 9. “Case Study Methodology” – Dr. Catherine Welch, Trinity College Dublin
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Time Schedule/Registration/Pricing/Deadlines

Session 1, 2, and 3
City Country Time Zone Mon Tues Wed Thurs
Detroit, MI US ET 10AM – 3PM 10AM – 3PM 10AM – 3PM 10AM – 3PM

To register for 2022 CARMA Short Courses, you must first log in to your CARMA account (If you do not already have an account, please sign-up as a website user). Once you have logged in, and you are in the User Area, click “Register/Purchase” tab and select “Purchase Short Courses”. You will then be brought to a page in which you can select your course(s) and continue on to reserve your spot(s).

Pricing Dates CARMA
Member
Non-CARMA
Member
Professional Association Members
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1 Course 2 Courses * 3 Courses ** 1 Course 2 Courses * 3 Courses ** 1 Course 2 Courses * 3 Courses **
Advanced Registration
01/21/22 – 04/01/22
Faculty $425 $750 $1,125 $850 $1,600 $2,400 $635 $1,170 $1,755
Advanced Registration
01/21/22 – 04/01/22
Student $325 $550 $825 $650 $1,200 $1,800 $485 $870 $1,305
Normal Registration
04/02/22 – 05/06/22
Faculty $475 $850 $1,275 $950 $1,800 $2,700 $710 $1,320 $1,980
Normal Registration
04/02/22 – 05/06/22
Student $375 $650 $975 $750 $1,400 $2,100 $560 $1,020 $1,530
Late Registration
05/07/22 – 06/03/22
Faculty $525 $950 $1,425 $1,050 $2,000 $3,000 $785 $1,470 $2,205
Late Registration
05/07/22 – 06/03/22
Student $425 $750 $1,125 $850 $1,600 $2,400 $635 $1,170 $1,755

* – These prices reflect a discount in which you register for 2 courses and receive $100 off.

**– These prices reflect a discount in which you register for 3 courses and receive $150 off. For this discount. please contact us (carma@ttu.edu) before you register.

***– Please click here to see list of eligible Professional Associations.

Refund Policy: Full refund will be provided up to 2 weeks before the first day of the session. After that date, partial refund (50%) will be provided.

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