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CARMA Webcasts Resume for Fall

Sep 20 2017 9:00 AM | » Full Article CARMA Webcasts Resume for Fall
The Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) announced the 2017-18 webcast series providing advanced training on various topics in research methods and data analysis. The upcoming webcast series covers a wide range of topics and discusses research methods and techniques of interest to numerous disciplines.

CARMA Fall Webcasts Set to Begin September 22

Sep 12 2017 3:00 PM | » Full Article CARMA Fall Webcasts Set to Begin September 22
The Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) kicks off the fall webcast series with the Larry James Memorial Lecture on Friday, September 22 at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Business in CoB 010 at 11 a.m. central time.  Dr. Jeffrey R. Edwards presents Extending Methods for Integrating Moderation and Mediation. Edwards is the Belk Distinguished Professor of Organizational Behavior in the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina.

CARMA Summer Short Courses a Success

Aug 25 2017 4:00 PM | » Full Article
The Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) held Short Courses at Wayne State University in Detroit during the first week of June 2017. Ten renowned faculty conducted 12 courses in two sessions over six days covering various research topics. Courses provided attendees with a strong grounding in research methods and analysis by experts in the field. Some courses focused on different modules to break down the content, others provided examples for analysis with various software packages, and as always, best practices were emphasized.

CARMA Conference Australia in November

Aug 22 2017 4:00 PM | » Full Article
CARMA, the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis, in partnership with the University of South Australia hosts the CARMA Conference Australia this November in Adelaide, Australia. The event consists of two days of pre-conference CARMA Short Courses, followed by two days of conference proceedings. The conference includes workshops, keynote addresses, master classes, research feedback sessions, an editors panel, ask the experts and global methods initiatives. The pre-conference CARMA Short Courses run November 14-15. The conference begins November 15 at the conclusion of the Short Courses, and ends November 17.

CARMA to Host Two Webcasts, April 7

Mar 30 2017 11:30 AM | » Full Article CARMA to Host Two Webcasts, April 7
The Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) hosts its final round of webcasts on Friday, April 7, in CBA 24. The program kicks off at 11 a.m. with Dr. Keith Markus, professor of Psychology in the John Jay College of Criminal Justice at The City University of New York, followed by Dr. Louis Tay, assistant professor of Psychology in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Purdue University, presenting at 12:15 p.m.

Short Courses in Adelaide Kickoff 2017 Schedule

Mar 8 2017 11:00 AM | » Full Article
The Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) offers the first short course of 2017 at the University of South Australia in Adelaide, Australia from March 20-24, 2017. Two sessions feature courses with Dr. Larry Williams, director of CARMA and professor of management from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, and Dr. Robert Vandenberg, Robert O. Arnold Professor of Business from the University of Georgia.

Recent CARMA Webcasts Inspire Critical Thinking

Mar 1 2017 11:30 AM | » Full Article
The Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA), presented a variety of webcasts during December and January as part of the 2016-17 series. The webcasts provided snapshots of various applications related to research methods and analysis. To view the webcasts visit the CARMA video library webpage. If you are not yet a registered user, there are links on the page to create a registration for individuals of member institutions.

Next CARMA Webcasts Slated for February 24

Feb 21 2017 9:00 AM | » Full Article
The Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) hosts its next round of webcasts on Friday, February 24, in CBA 24. The program kicks off at 11 a.m. with Dr. Nathan Podsakoff, associate professor in management in the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona, followed by Dr. Dan Newman, Charles L. Hulin Professorial Scholar of Psychology and Professor of Labor and Employment Relations at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, presenting at 12:15 p.m.

Short Courses Returning to University of South Australia November 2016

Nov 7 2016 11:00 AM | » Full Article
CARMA Short Courses return to Adelaide, Australia and will be hosted by the University of South Australia. The three courses offered include “Introduction to Research Methods II: Linear Regression” with Dr. Larry Williams, “Intermediate Regression Analysis” with Dr. Ron Landis, and “Analysis of Big Data” with Dr. Fred Oswald. Full descriptions can be found on the Short Course section of the CARMA website.

Dr. David Harrison Speaks on Data Analysis and Diversity Paradigms

Oct 26 2016 2:00 PM | » Full Article
Dr. David Harrison, Charles and Elizabeth Prothro Regents Chair of Business Administration of the University of Texas at Austin, visits the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on November 4 to deliver the second CARMA consortium webcast program of the 2016-17 season. The webcast, scheduled for 11 a.m. in CBA 24, is titled “Variation into Elevation: Diversity Paradigms for Explaining Team and Organizational Outcomes.” Those on campus may attend in-person. Attendees need to show up ten minutes early to avoid disrupting the presentation.

CBA ITS Collaborates to Make First CARMA Webcast a Success

Oct 17 2016 5:00 PM | » Full Article CBA ITS Collaborates to Make First CARMA Webcast a Success
The inaugural webcast of the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Business Administration required months of collaboration from CBA Information Technology Services team members. Since early spring, the team worked behind the scenes to install and administrate the technology making the first presentation possible. CARMA provides university faculty, graduate students, and other researchers across the world access to advanced training in research methods and data analysis.

CARMA Moves to Nebraska

Sep 1 2016 1:00 PM | » Full Article
I am excited to announce the relocation of CARMA to the College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where I will continue to serve as founding director. This move occurs as I start my new position as Donald and Shirley Clifton Chair of Survey Science and Professor of Management, and Director of Survey Research and Methodology (SRAM interdisciplinary graduate programs). This announcement culminates an eight-month project of building a new CARMA website at UNL CBA and moving our office to Lincoln, and represents the joint efforts of administration and staff from our previous host school the University of North Dakota and from our hew home at UNL CBA.

Williams to lead SRAM Program

Apr 28 2016 11:15 AM | » Full Article Williams to lead SRAM Program
Through an ongoing partnership with the Clifton Foundation and Gallup, James Jr. and Susan Stuart Endowed Dean of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Business Administration Donde Plowman has appointed Dr. Larry J. Williams as director of the Survey Research and Methodology (SRAM) program, Donald and Shirley Clifton Chair of Survey Science and professor of management.
 

 

Final Steel Beam at New CBA Building Celebrated

Apr 18 2016 10:30 AM | » Full Article Final Steel Beam at New CBA Building Celebrated
Friday marked a major milestone in the construction of the new College of Business Administration building at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln as a Topping Off Steel Ceremony took place at the construction site at 14th and Vine streets. A topping off event is a building construction tradition that occurs when the last beam is placed atop a structure.