Call for Paper Proposals: Visions in Methodology 2016 at University of California, Davis

[Ed. note: this post is taken from a message to the PolMeth listserv by Amber E. Boydstun, Assistant Professor at UC Davis. The 2016 VIM conference is hosted by UC Davis and UC Merced.]

The 2016 Visions in Methodology (VIM) Program Committee is now accepting
proposals for papers for the VIM 2016 Workshop to be held at the University
of California, Davis from May 16 to 18, 2016. We invite submissions from
female graduate students and faculty that address measurement, causal
inference, and the application of advanced statistical methods to
substantive research questions.

Participants are expected to arrive at UC Davis by 5:00 pm on May 16. The
workshop consists of two days of research presentations and opportunities
for networking and mentoring and concludes with a dinner on May 18.
Participants are welcome to depart on May 19 or to take part in an optional
trip to Napa Valley on May 19. VIM offers financial support for travel,
lodging, and food for selected participants for activities from May 16 to
May 18.

To apply, please send the title and description of your research project
(100 – 150 words) along with a curriculum vita to
visionsinmethodology@gmail.com. The application deadline is January 31,
2016. Female graduate students and faculty at all ranks are encouraged to
apply, although preference will be given to those at earlier stages of
their careers.

The Visions in Methodology (VIM) workshop is part of a broad effort to
support women in the field of political methodology. VIM provides
opportunities for scholarship, networking, and mentoring for women in the
political methodology community. In addition to providing a forum to
present research, VIM aims to connect women in a subfield of political
science where they are underrepresented.
Program Co-Chairs
Amber Boydstun (UCD); Courtenay Conrad, Emily Ritter (UCM)

Program Committee
Cheryl Boudreau, Adrienne Hosek, Heather McKibben, Lauren Peritz (UCD);
Jessica Trounstine (UCM)

About Justin Esarey

Associate Professor of Political Science at Rice University.
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