CARMA hosts sessions in Germany and UK

Faculty from Wayne State University’s Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) spent much of June sharing their expertise on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.

On June 16-18, CARMA hosted a research methods short course at the University of Wuppertal in Wuppertal, Germany. Larry Williams, CARMA director and professor of management at Wayne State University, hosted a two-and-a-half day course on advanced structural equation methods. A total of 20 faculty and doctoral students participated in the short course. Participants came from all over Europe, including many from the University of Wuppertal.

On June 24, CARMA held a workshop at the University of Sheffield in Sheffield, England. The workshop was a "preconference" to the Institute of Work Psychology International Conference 2014. Williams reported on evaluating latent variable path models, and University of Sheffield’s Jeremy F. Dawson discussed scale development. A total of 10 people attended this workshop, including one who traveled all the way from Oklahoma State University.

More information about CARMA and short course registration can be found on the CARMA website, as well the Facebook and YouTube pages.

View the CARMA short course schedule at WSU here.