Half Baked Research Seminar Series
Annenberg’s Half-Baked Seminar Series is an hour-long “works in progress” seminar centered on education policy research. Seminars are typical academic presentations intended for a broad academic audience. Speakers come from a variety of disciplinary traditions, and we seek to be inclusive to a broad, multi-disciplinary audience. While we anticipate that most presentations will use quantitative approaches, some presentations will present on the results of qualitative inquiry. The unifying theme is that the work is empirical in nature.
We invite Annenberg staff as well as faculty, postdocs, and doctoral students who are interested in empirical research in education from across the University to participate.
Half-Baked is a regular seminar on Thursdays at 1:00pm
09Half Baked Research Seminar
Racism as a Fundamental Cause: Advancing Critical Quantitative Methodologies in Educational Research01:00pm-02:00pm | 164 Angell St., 2nd floor, Providence, RI 02906