The C.A.R.E.S. Lab is focused on improving research in the social sciences, with a particular emphasis on issues in education. This improvement can come from achieving any of the following goals:
- Developing robust, interpretable, and accessible statistical methodology tailored to contexts found in these fields.
- Translating, evaluating and demonstrating existing methodology on real-world applications.
- Enhancing the training of researchers in these contexts.
Our collective research targets (1) and (2). Our lab meetings and paper reading groups target (3), while generating material for furthering (1) and (2).
- Blog post on evaluation of Interrupted Time Series Designs (for criminal justice reform)
- A Better Way to Vote: Jameson Arnold Quinn at the intersection of statistics and voting theory
- "Urban building demolitions, firearm violence and drug crime" featured in Newsweek
- Aaron Kaufman appointed Assistant Professor at NYU Abu Dhabi
- Luke Miratrix selected for a 2019 Everett Mendelsohn Excellence in Mentoring Award
- Luke Miratrix receives SREE 2019 Early Career Award