The Warwick Q-Step Centre has been established to host the Q-Step programme at the University of Warwick. Its aim is to deliver a step-change in quantitative skills within one of the strongest UK and global Social Science Faculties.
- Contributing to the step-change required to address the UK’s national ‘deficit’ in quantitative methods;
- Delivering new degrees at the forefront of international research and teaching in cutting-edge quantitative methods;
- Preparing students to work in ways that help them to understand, participate and intervene in today’s data-driven digital society;
- Positioning Warwick globally as one of the leading universities of the digital age.
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Dr Vincenzo Bove to be Co-Investigator on 3-year project, funded by the Swedich Research Council. Read more...
Dr Vincenzo Bove, a member of the Warwick Q-Step team, recently spent three months (May to July 2017) at the European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra, Italy , working on a project aimed at evaluating current EU migration policies and making recommendations for improvement. Read more...
The first of our research seminars for this sessions is scheduled on take place this week (Thursday 18 October, 3.00 - 5.00pm in room R3.41). The seminar is on Compensating or compounding effects: Can school attended alleviate the effects of family background on academic achievement? Dr Jenny Chesters (Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne) will be leading the seminar.
A great opportunity to hear about / discuss a real piece of quantitative social research. There is no need to sign up, just turn up if you are able.
The Q-Step Centre was delighted to host a Nuffield Research Placement student in summer 2017. Read more...
The Q-Step Centre was delighted to welcome Dr Nicole Rae Baerg to the University in October, to deliver a workshop on quantitative text analysis. Postgraduate students from Q-Step degrees/modules attended the workshop, togther with PG students from the wider social sciences Faculty and the University. Find out more about our new masterclass programme for 2017/18.