CAMeL

CAMeL (Community for Advanced Methodological Learning)

What is CAMeL: CAMeL is a student-run group based in the Psychology department, focused on broadening and deepening our knowledge about advanced quantitative methodology. (Faculty mentor: Aidan Wright, PhD)

Who is CAMeL: We encourage scholars of all levels (including students, post-docs, staff, and faculty) and departments to join and contribute as often as desired.

Contact: Please feel free to contact Aidan Wright (aidan@pitt.edu), Brenden Tervo-Clemmens (bct16@pitt.edu), Kirsten McKone (kirstenmckone@pitt.edu) or Delainey Wescott (dlw92@pitt.edu) with any questions! If you have an area of methodological interest or expertise on which you’d like to present, we’d love to hear from you!

Fall 2019 Schedule (10am Martin Room, Sennott Square)

9/12/19                                                                       

Topic: Welcome Back

 

9/26/19           

Presenter: Brenden Tervo-Clemmens, MS

Topic: New Statistics

 

10/10/19

Presenters: Aidan Wright, PhD & Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal PhD

Topic: Professional Development

 

10/31/19         

Presenters: Betsy Edershile, MS & Rebecca Walsh, MS

Topic: TBD

 

11/7/19

Presenters: Mary Lou Klem, PhD, Jill Foust, BS, MLS & Aimee Sgourakis

Topic: Best Practices in Systematic Reviews

 

12/12/19         

Presenter: Rebecca Reed, PhD                                             

Topic: TBD