Scholarships for quantitative methods - apply today!


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The ICPSR Summer Program offers scholarships to students from many different fields of social science research. These scholarships enable students to take our courses in statistics, data analysis, and quantitative methods.

These scholarships provide fee waivers to attend our four-week sessions. The first session begins June 20 and ends July 15, and the second begins on July 18 and ends August 12. Courses this year are fully hybrid, so participants can join in-person or remotely. Lectures are recorded too; there is no need to stay up until all hours of the night (unless you really want to).

Courses include introductory and advanced regression analysis, time series analysis, Bayesian analysis, machine learning, rational choice theory, SEM, MLE, game theory, longitudinal analysis, multilevel modeling, social choice theory, race/ethnicity and quantitative methodology, data visualization, data science and text analysis, and more. We also offer scholarships in partnership with various organizations:
  • EITM Certification Scholarships cover the registration fee for one or both four-week sessions of the ICPSR Summer Program. For application information and eligibility criteria, check the EITM website.
  • Janet Box-Steffensmeier and John A. Garcia Scholarships are awarded by the Society for Political Methodology to encourage women and underrepresented graduate students in political science to attend the ICPSR Summer Program. These awards are a waiver of registration fees to attend one or both four-week sessions.
  • ISR-Rackham Summer Training Awards provide funds to support doctoral students from the University of Michigan (across all Rackham Divisions) who would like to take courses with the ICPSR Summer Program or SRC Summer Institute.
  • The Hanes Walton, Jr. Award for Quantitative Methods Training is awarded by the National Conference of Black Political Scientists and provides a waiver of registration fees for one or both of the four-week sessions. The Hanes Walton, Jr. Award is intended to encourage attendance in the ICPSR Summer Program by faculty and graduate students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), as well as women and minority graduate students and faculty at other institutions.
  • The Society for Political Methodology's Expansion Initiative seeks to increase the diversity of the political methodology community and the field of political science. The goal of the initiative is to encourage undergraduate and master's students from underrepresented minority groups to apply to political science PhD Programs that emphasize quantitative methods. 

Scholarship applications are now open! All materials must be submitted by Monday, March 28, 2022. For more information and to apply, visit the ICPSR Summer Program Scholarships page.
Register today and save! Sign up for one or both four-week sessions before May 1 and save on registration fees. See our breakdown of fees and discounts here.

We will honor the early payment discount for anyone who applies for a scholarship! Just register and choose "offline/other" as your payment option, and we'll apply the discount for anyone who applied for a scholarship but did not receive one.
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