Analysis Of Data
The links on this webpage are about experimentation - experiments that have been done and how to do experiments.
We studied an academic science work environment that has been conducive to the advancement of women faculty and students to identify elements that have facilitated high quality science and gender inclusion.
This handout accompanies the presentation given by Particia Campbell on research design and evaluation for the 2007 PI ADVANCE meeting. It covers study type, design, representation, advantages, and disadvantages.
An overview of research methods is provided in this presentation for the 2007 PI Meeting. Links and resources are listed.
This presentation covers how to do some social science along with some recommendations and best practices. It was given at the 2009 NSF JAM.
This presentation reports the findings of a study that examined equity in faculty salaries. It shows that salaries for women and minorities are lower than those of their male counterparts. This presentation was given at the 2005 PI meeting in Panel 2 by the University of California Irvine’s ADVANCE program.
According to the latest census figures, among U.S. adults 25 and older, more women (10.6 million) than men (10.5 million) have earned master's degrees or higher and continue to complete bachelor's degrees at higher rates than men.
Data tables from the EFFORT@RIT Work/Life Survey
This presentation from the 2010 PI Meeting covers:
IT ADVANCE grant at University of Nebraska, the importance of data, how to access it, different types of data,and its application in research.