Quantitative Methodology Center 2022 Conference




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 (Vandiver.10@osu.edu), director of the Quantitative Methodology Center as well as interim Director for the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity.