One of the hats that I wear at Princeton University involves evangelizing for The Program for Quantitative and Analytical Political Science (Q-APS) to groups and entitities in the university beyond the Politics department. This past April, I gave a brief presentation though Productive Scholar lunch series about the ways Q-APS could benefit Princeton affiliates beyond Politics and, even, the social sciences.
In particular, the conversation focused on
- undergraduate/graduate courses,
- extra-curricular training,
- computational hardware,
- intellectual exchange, and
- the Q-APS consulting service
A video from the session is up at the Productice Scholar site. The slides as a PDF are also there.