The Cathie Marsh Institute organises various events throughout the year. From seminars and conferences to workshops and short courses our events reflect our research themes.
We run introductory, intermediate to advanced courses on all aspects of the research process, including research design, data collection and data analysis.
Courses from our centres
As well as those events listed here, we also run seminars, courses and workshops at:
- The Mitchell Centre for Social Network Analysis
- National Centre for Research Methods
- Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity
- UK Data Service Events
Postgraduate conference July 2016
The Institute is pleased to be hosting the PopFest 2016: The 24th Annual Population Postgraduate Conference.
Migration and Families in Europe: National and Local Perspectives Conference
The Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity is pleased to announce its two-day international conference which will bring together researchers, practitioners in government and voluntary sectors and postgraduate students to discuss migration and families in Europe.
Next courses and events
The UK Data Service is running a webinar on the topic of politics. The webinar will showcase data a..
A special Pankhurst Lecture by the Politics DA and the JMCE ***The event is free and open to all, b..
The John Dalton Papers held at The John Rylands Library are of fundamental importance for studies of..
This course is run in association with the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice How can one ev..
Studying human colour vision and colour vision deficiency through hyperspectral imaging - Lessons from John Dalton’s colour vision
Colour perception starts with the way sensors in the eye respond to light of different wavelengths...
Speaker: Dr. Silke Trommer (University of Manchester) Title: Burn the Bills: Irish Responses to Aus..
This one day course aims to provide a basic introduction to R and RStudio for those with no previous..
The course will explain how the Relational Event Model (REM) may be used to investigate patterns in..
Abstract: The common conclusion from work-life studies is that work-life imbalance is largely a mid..
This course is aimed at researchers who are interested in the potential for Multilevel Analysis with..