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Dear colleagues, *apologies for cross-posting* This methods summer school might be of interest to some of your colleagues, students, and friends: The IPSA-NUS Summer School for Research Methods in Social and Political Science will take place at the National University of Singapore from June 25 to July 6, 2012. The Summer School offers intensive training in research methods by outstanding international faculty with experience of teaching at similar events. As it is a non-profit venture, course fees have been priced to represent excellent value when compared to similar events in the U.S. and Europe. You can still register for the following Summer School courses: • Modern Regression Analysis (Guy D. Whitten, Texas A&M University) • Experimental Methods (Rebecca B. Morton, New York University) • Mixed Method Designs (Katrin Niglas, Tallinn University) • Case Study Methods (Derek Beach, University of Aarhus) • Qualitative Comparative Analysis (Dirk Berg-Schlosser, University of Marburg) • Cross-National Survey Analysis (Bruno Cautres, Sciences Po) The Summer School is intended primarily for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and junior faculty, but is suitable for anyone who wishes to improve their research skills. For more information on Summer School courses, registration, scholarships, and more, please visit www.sg-summerschool.ipsa.org. If you have any questions, please contact Eugene Tan anytime at [log in to unmask] Please share this announcement with any colleagues, students, and friends who might be interested in attending the Summer School. Best regards, The 2012 IPSA-NUS Summer School Team IPSA-NUS Summer School National University of Singapore Department of Political Science AS1, #04-10, 11 Arts Link Singapore 117570 [log in to unmask] www.sg-summerschool.ipsa.org You may leave the list at any time by sending the command SIGNOFF allstat to [log in to unmask], leaving the subject line blank.