Call for Quantitative Collaborative Seed Grant Proposals

The Quantitative Collaborative (QC), a strategic initiative sponsored by the Dean’s Office of the College of Arts and Sciences, aims to transform quantitative research and teaching in the social sciences at the University of Virginia and directly to shape public policy at the highest levels. The QC nurtures through its four core thematic areas—Data Analysis/Quantitative…

Quantitative Collaborative Internal Faculty Sabbatical

The Quantitative Collaborative (QC), an initiative supported the College of Arts and Sciences, is dedicated to transforming quantitative research and teaching in the social sciences at the University of Virginia and directly to shape public policy at the highest levels. The QC nurtures nascent partnerships across the quantitative social sciences in the exploration of new…

Call for 2017 Bynum Grants

An integral part of the mission of the Quantitative Collaborative (QC) is to improve the quality of graduate education in quantitatively oriented fields at the University of Virginia. Our graduate student affiliate program, to which you all belong, is an important means to this end. The QC steering committee collectively decided two years ago to…

2016 Fall Seed Grant Proposals Deadline

Download the full grant requirements here⇒ QC seed grant call Fall 2016 Reminder that the 2016 Fall Seed Grant Proposals deadline is 12:00 noon, Friday, November 18th, 2016. Please note: QC seed grants are designed to support preliminary research intended to lay the groundwork for an application for external funds. Single-faculty proposals have a budget limit of…

Call for Bynum Grants

An integral part of the mission of the Quantitative Collaborative (QC) is to improve the quality of graduate education in quantitatively oriented fields at the University of Virginia. Our graduate student affiliate program, to which you all belong, is an important means to this end. The QC steering committee collectively decided two years ago to…

2016 Spring Seed Grant Winners Announced

Dan Gingerich, Director of the Quantitative Collaborative, announced winners in the Faculty Seed Grant Competition. Thomas Guterbock and Eric Turkheimer, Hugh Scott Hamilton Professor in the Department of Psychology were awarded $11,834 for their proposal Follow-Up of Louisville Twin Study Participants. Amalia Miller and Sheetal Sekhri won for Estimating Under Reporting of Domestic Violence and…

Call for Quantitative Collaborative Seed Grant Proposals

The Quantitative Collaborative (QC), one of the strategic initiatives being sponsored by the Dean’s Office of Arts and Sciences, represents an opportunity to transform quantitative research and teaching in the social sciences at the University of Virginia and directly to shape public policy at the highest levels. The QC will nurture through its four core…

Molly Lipscomb: Collusion and Bidding Behavior in Sanitation Markets: Evidence from Real Time Auctions in Senegal

Molly Lipscomb of the Batten School will be presenting her work to us at the QC brown bag seminar series next Wednesday, November 4, 12-1pm. The seminar will meet in Gibson 296. The title of Molly’s talk is “Collusion and Bidding Behavior in Sanitation Markets:  Evidence from Real Time Auctions in Senegal.”   We will have sandwiches, chips, cookies, etc.,…