Join City’s Q-Step Centre and the Department of Sociology and Criminology as we celebrate the achievements of this year’s quantitative pathway placement students!
For this poster exhibition students will be in attendance to discuss the tasks and skills they employed as quantitative researchers while on placement.
Posters will feature project work with organisations across the private, public, and third sectors, such as European Social Survey, the Department for Business and Trade, Madano, Universities UK, and Children’s Society!
Quantitative skills are increasingly sought-after by employers. The skills developed at university provide a foundation for many different social research careers. Yet quantitative research can take many forms (e.g., questionnaire design, data manipulation, statistical analysis, data visualisation).
For this reason, a researcher’s actual, day-to-day tasks can be elusive to outsiders. This exhibition offers a unique opportunity to learn about quantitative skills in practice and gain insights into how to pursue a research career.
This is a drop-in event. No registration is required. Students from across the university are encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be provided.
City’s Q-Step Centre provides comprehensive quantitative methods training for social science students. It is located in the Department of Sociology and Criminology.
For more information about the centre and its initiatives, please contact Dr Eric Harrison or Dr Matt Barnes.
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