Princeton Research in Experimental Social Science (PRESS) Research Workshops offer graduate students and faculty the opportunity to present experimental designs to receive in-depth feedback before fielding their experiments.
We are excited to announce that our first research workshop will be taking place this Friday, October 15th, from 12-1:15 pm in Fisher 200. Refreshments will be available (before and after the workshop, as eating in the seminar room is currently precluded), and we will have two graduate students presenting their early-stage experimental research designs.
Stephanie Chan will be presenting her work titled "Connected Citizenship: Social Networks and Interracial Differences in Immigrants' Political Participation." We will also have Julian Dean, who will be presenting his work titled "Voters and state Attorneys General: an experimental test of virtue signaling."
Come by and enjoy these great presenters, offer feedback on their ongoing projects, and hang around before or after for some food and conversation. We look forward to seeing you all on October 15th.