The Quantitative Methodology Center in the College of Education and Human Ecology is hosting a conference on why quantitative research matters.  Please see the link for the College of Education and Human Ecology’s Quantitative Methodology Center’s 2022 Conference's Call for Proposals:
Quantitative Methodology Center 2022 Conference Why Quantitative Research Matters: An Interdisciplinary Approach Toward Equity and Capacity Building from Local to International Reach

June 1–2, 2022 (Hybrid) 


The Fawcett Center at The Ohio State University
Theme 1: Addressing Equity in Quantitative Research
Theme 2: Building Capacity
Theme 3: Applying Research
Theme 4: Where the Rivers Meet: The Confluence of Equity, Capacity, & Research

Featuring notable speakers:

President Freeman Hrabowski III of The University of Maryland, Baltimore County, a transformational leader in producing minority scientists and engineers over the last 3 decades 

Dr. Jean-Claude Brizard of Digital Promise, an innovative leader in producing the latest learning science research to improve public education 

Dr. Fay Cobb Payton of North Carolina State University, a renowned leader in translating research into solutions in areas such as minority education, health, and A.I.

We welcome both academic and non-academic submissions that:

Address equity issues in quantitative research

 Highlight capacity building efforts at local and international levels

Showcase interdisciplinary applied quantitative research

Develop capacity and equity for our world 

Proposal Submission Deadline: Feb. 12th 2022
Conference Dates:  June 1-2, 2022
Please promote and distribute. Fantastic speakers. Good conference for graduate students.
For further information, contact Beverly Vandiver (, director of the Quantitative Methodology Center as well as interim Director for the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity.