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  • Michigan Sikh Studies Forum | Race, Religion, and the Secular in 21st Century America
    Menu Skip to content Home Workshops Lecture Series Home Lecture Series Winter 2015 April 20 th 2015 David Liu Theorizing Diaspora and Conceptual Encounter Location and Time TBA Search for Contact Jessica Lowen jcclowen umich edu Randeep Hothi randeep umich

    Original URL path: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/mssf/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Michigan Student Symposium for Interdisciplinary Statistical Sciences | Faculty, Lab, and Research Template Site
    Computer Science Industrial Operations Engineering Statistics and Survey Methodology departments at the University of Michigan The goal of this symposium is to create an environment that allows communication across related fields of statistical sciences and promotes interdisciplinary research among graduate students and faculty It encourages graduate students to present their work share insights and exposes them to diverse applications of statistical sciences Though hosted by five departments we extend our invitation to graduate students from all departments across the University to present their statistical research in the form of an oral paper presentation or a poster presentation It also provides an excellent environment for interacting with students and faculty from other areas of statistical research on campus If you are planning to attend MSSISS please fill out your information on the registration page If you would like to present a poster or give a talk please submit your abstract MSSISS 2016 Presentation Awards Best Oral Presentation Michael Hornsten Statistics Efficient mean structure estimation using matrix variate data Oral Presentation Honorable Mention Sayantan Das Biostatistics Next generation imputation methods Best Poster Presentation Teal Guidici Statistics Detecting differentially expressed metabolic pathways with adjustments for macronutrient intake Departmental Poster Presentation Winners Krithika Suresh

    Original URL path: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/mssiss/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Nam Center Blog – Korean Studies at UM
    Eric Couillard Michael Prentice Doctoral Student in Anthropology In this edition of the Nam Center Spotlight Series we sat down with PhD candidate Michael Prentice who talks about his anthropology fieldwork on Korean corporate culture as well as the NextGen Korean Studies Scholars NEKST conference to be held at UM May 13 14 Nam Center How did you get involved in studying Korea Michael In undergrad I was an Italian Studies and an anthropology major I didn t think much about Korea then It was only after I graduated and ended up working in a marketing company in New York that I had my first engagement with Korea We did a lot of marketing projects with firms in Korea Part of my job was knowing as much as I could about the organizational structures and histories So that was my first introduction to the Korean business world Two things piqued my interest One was the communicative dimension how Korean managers talked on conference calls and how they laid out their presentations I remember my former boss used to compliment how rationally laid out and aesthetically beautiful the documents that we got from our Korean partners And those were written in English The second was the organizational structures it s hard for Americans to think about both family control and large scale or publically traded companies co existing Most economic theories suggest those things can t co exist So I was fascinated by the large family dynasty conglomerates that were gaining huge popularity in the US Right when I was working was when Korean brands like Samsung LG and Hyundai were really starting to become household names That s when I decided to figure out what was going on in Seoul and came to Michigan for my PhD Read More Job Opening Korea Foundation Professor in Contemporary Korean Society April 1 2016 Eric Couillard College of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences Nanyang Technological University Singapore Young and research intensive Nanyang Technological University NTU Singapore is ranked 13th globally It is also placed 1st amongst the world s best young universities The College of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences at NTU Singapore invites applications for the position of Korea Foundation Professor in Contemporary Korean Society The College is young and dynamic comprising three schools the School of Humanities and Social Sciences the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information and the School of Art Design and Media The College is also home to the Nanyang Centre for Public Administration and the Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Please visit the College s website at http cohass ntu edu sg Pages Home aspx The successful candidate should possess a PhD and full professor qualifications an outstanding record of teaching and research a strong international profile and proven academic leadership experience Areas of specialisation are open Scholars specialising in Korean popular culture social media ageing and health and technology innovation and society are especially encouraged to apply The successful candidate is expected

    Original URL path: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/ncks-blog/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Child Abuse Evidence | New Perspectives from Law, Medicine, Psychology and Statistics
    count as a clinical indication of child abuse Missed abuse endangers children while mistaken attribution of abuse harms families and caregivers Either problem may be magnified by diagnostic procedures that invite unwitting bias or by supporting science that is not itself well supported This symposium assembles diverse research perspectives shedding light on these possibilities with commentary from attorneys who defend and prosecute child abuse cases Conference Registration This symposium is free and open to the public Please complete the registration form to be counted for planning and catering purposes Please note Registrations made after November 1st will not be guaranteed to receive lunch Conference Sponsors The event is supported by the College of LSA Dean s Office Law School and the ADVANCE Program Other co sponsors include the Institute for Research on Women and Gender IRWG the Institute for Social Research ISR Population Studies Center the departments of Sociology Statistics and Psychology the Program in Science Technology and Society STS the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine CBSSM the department of Health Management and Policy in the School of Public Health and the Ford School of Public Policy Conference Organizing Committee Ben Hansen Associate Professor of Statistics Anna

    Original URL path: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/npcae/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Nonparametric Statistics Workshop | Integration of Theory, Methods and Applications
    analysis smoothing semi parametric approaches network analysis shape constrained nonparametric models spatial analysis astronomy economics neuroimaging and nutrition Attendance at the workshop is open to all interested participants subject to space limitations Please register if you would like to attend this workshop Organizing Committee Naisyin Wang Co Chair University of Michigan Xuming He Co Chair University of Michigan Elizaveta Levina University of Michigan Mary Meyer Colorado State University Jean Opsomer

    Original URL path: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/npworkshop2016/ (2016-04-29)
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  • OLYNTHOS PROJECT
    different scales household neighborhood and city wide to understand a variety of aspects of the society and economy of the city and how they changed through time The Project was initiated with permission from the Greek Ministry of Culture in spring 2014 under the direction of the 16th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities in collaboration with the Universities of Liverpool and Michigan and under the auspices of the British

    Original URL path: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/olynthos-project/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Psychological Assessment Core
    Department of Psychology that provides research quality assessment services to clinical researchers in psychology psychiatry social work and allied disciplines If your study involves testing of psychological or psychiatric constructs IQ attention psychiatric diagnosis etc using standardized instruments with human participants our graduate student clinicians may be able to conduct the evaluations saving you resources and time Our clinicians can conduct testing across a variety of domains including Psychiatric Diagnosis

    Original URL path: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/pac/ (2016-04-29)
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  • The Sant'Omonono Project | Faculty, Lab, and Research Template Site
    Beni Culturali the Università della Calabria and the University of Michigan Il Progetto Sant Omobono iniziato nel Maggio 2009 ha l obbiettivo di un completo riesame dei dati di archivio dei resti monumentali e dei materiali mobili relativi all Area Sacra di Sant Omobono Il progetto è basato su una convenzione fra la Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali l Università della Calabria e la University of Michigan Search in collaboration with Università della Calabria News Sylvia Poggioli Archaeologists Unearth What May Be Oldest Roman Temple Jason M Urbanus A Brief Glimpse into Early Rome The Sant Omobono Project on Facebook Sant Omobono Project 4 months ago If you re attending the Archaeological Institute of America s 117th Annual Meeting next week in San Francisco January 6 9 2016 be sure to check out these presentations by Sant Omobono Project members Thursday January 7 SESSION 3F The Economics and Logistics of Roman Art and Architecture 1 45 p m 4 45 p m Plaza Room A Lobby Level 1 45 Pigment Prices Costs Fraud and the Concerns of Roman Pigmentarii Hilary Becker University of Mississippi Friday January 8 SESSION 4I Change and Continuity in Italy and Sicily from the Republic to

    Original URL path: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/omobono/ (2016-04-29)
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