The Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Melbourne will be hosting five CARMA research methods short courses in April.
CARMA is the Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis located at Wayne State University in Detroit. CARMA has established itself as a well-known brand in the USA for high quality research methods courses and education. More than 1,200 faculty and students from universities throughout the world have attended CARMA Short Courses since the summer of 2004. Past and current locations of these courses include Virginia and Michigan in the United States, as well as Australia, Brazil, India, The Netherlands, Israel, and China.
Each CARMA Short Course is a two and a half-day session on a research method or data analysis topic. CARMA Short Courses place an emphasis on hands-on experience and on the application of the methodology aimed at skills development through equal amount of lecture and lab-time. Instructors are leading methodological scholars recognized within the organisational studies and management areas as experts on their topics. Several are current or past editors of leading organizational journals. Our list of short courses include introductory and advanced training on topics that might not be readily available at your institution.
April short courses
- Advanced regression: Moderation, Mediation, Random Coefficient Modeling, and Path Analysis Dr. Jose Cortina, George Mason University
- Grounded Theory Method and Analysis Dr. Tine Köhler, University of Melbourne
- Advanced SEM II: Missing Data with SEM, Multi-level SEM, and Latent Interactions Dr. Bob Vandenberg, University of Georgia:
- Intermediate SEM: Model Evaluation Dr. Larry Williams, Wayne State University
- Advanced Case Study Methods Dr. Catherine Welch, University of Sydney
Register from http://carma.wayne.edu/Default.asp