Leslie Brown Internship in Public History

Applications (via Handshake) are due by May 3, 2020 The Department of History is delighted to announce the Leslie Brown Internship in Public History, in memory of Professor Leslie Brown, who taught at Williams College from 2008-2016.  The Department will provide funding for a first-year, sophomore, or junior to take… Continue reading »

2020-21 Barbara Solow Research Fellowship

The Barbara Solow Research Fellowship provides financial assistance to Williams College student(s) conducting research in Economic or Business History, or in other areas reflecting the diverse interests of the pioneering economic historian Barbara L. Solow, including Irish history, Caribbean slavery, and other historical topics in the social sciences. The funds of the Solow Fellowship… Continue reading »

UPDATE: ICPSR Summer Program Offered Virtually!

Causal Inference, Group-based Trajectory Modeling, and more! Today we have six more short workshops to feature, all starting the week of May 18. If you are reading perhaps tomorrow or even later, don’t worry. This email is not time sensitive nor self-destructive. As part of a data archive we… Continue reading »

PSID Data User Training Workshop

PSID Data User Training Workshop June 15-19, 2020, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor This five-day workshop will orient participants to the content and structure of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, its special topics modules, and the PSID Child Development Supplement and PSID Transition into Adulthood Supplement. The workshop pairs… Continue reading »