A successful first Ph.D. course on randomized controlled trials
– This course is useful for anybody interested in experimental design, says Ph.D.-student Dominik Stelzeneder.
Life skills research receives 20 million in funding
The research project “Resilient” aims to increase well-being and motivation among lower secondary school pupils. The project has received 20 million kroner from the Research Council of Norway.
UiS researchers joining forces in a new lab
In a newly established research lab, UiS researchers join forces for the benefit of evidence-based policymaking and organizational change.
The invaluable role of highly skilled research assistants
62 research assistants are on their way out in 300 classrooms to test the reading- and writing skills of 5500 Grade 3-students in the Two Teachers project.
PhD course: Randomized controlled trials in the social sciences
PhD students in the social sciences have the opportunity to attend this course, led by Professor Eric Bettinger from Stanford University. One of the world’s foremost experts on RCTs, professor Bettinger is also known as an outstanding lecturer.
Dr. Eric Bettinger - a world leading expert on RCTs
UiS and Synapse Lab are proud to offer a PhD course on RCTs in the social sciences with Professor Eric Bettinger from Stanford University.
Inspired by the Greek sunapsis, Synapse Lab connects researchers from different disciplines and creates mutually beneficial collaborations between researchers and educators, businesses and organizations.