Send a postcard from the SSRL this summer

Spring semester classes are ending soon and the summer heat is rolling in. But somehow it feels like the time you spend with statistics is passing by too quickly. There’s a longing inside of you to continue creating databases, running regressions, and building scatter plots and histograms… because being without it for a whole summer is just too much for you to bear. As always, we’ve got you covered. The lab will be open during the summer.

If you (especially those enrolled in summer classes or finishing up theses, dissertations, research projects, etc.) need to use any of our services for the summer, we will be here providing the same services that we provide during the regular school year. Our summer hours are abbreviated, however. Starting Monday, May 2, we’ll be closing earlier at 5:30 pm instead of our usual late hour. 

You don’t need to have a research project or a summer class to have a reason to visit us in the lab.  If you need to brush up on your SPSS, STATA, or other statistical package skills for that job or internship you landed this summer, you can still come by for help. We still have tutorials available online for you to look over if you need extra guidance. Please be aware that our spring tutorial schedule (one-on-one sessions) will not be applicable to the summer.

And if you need a break from the heat, remember that we’ve got air conditioning!

Good luck and congratulations on finishing spring semester!

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