Application for Admission to the 2018 Summer Institute
June 4 - July 27, 2018

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* ACADEMIC CREDIT (Please contact the Summer Institute if you would like to apply for academic credit.)
Tuition and fees for academic credit must be paid directly to the University based on credit hours and residency. Students supported by a sponsor should provide the University with the information described in the section on tuition and fees. Current UM students enrolling for credit will be billed according to the procedures they established with the University.

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  Participants who select Summer Guest admission for academic credit will need to complete a University of Michigan Summer Guest application found on the Rackham website, International participants must submit TOEFL or MELAB scores with their UM application.
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Course/Workshop Selection
Please select from the following and limit your selection to no more than six credit hours per four-week session.
Sampling Program for Survey Statisticians, June 4 - July 27
1:00pm-3:00pm Credits
SURVMETH 614 Analysis Methods for Complex Sample Survey Data (Si/West), June 4 - July 27 M/W/F 3.0
8:30am-11:30am Credits
SURVMETH 616 Workshop in Survey Sampling Techniques (Heeringa/Lepkowski/Nishimura), June 4 - July 27, M-F
(selection allowed only for the Sampling Program for Survey Statisticians)
12:30pm-3:00pm Credits
SURVMETH 625 Applied Sampling/Methods of Survey Sampling (Wagner/Nishimura), June 4-July 27, T/Th 3.0
First Session, June 4-29
1:00pm-4:00pm Credits
SURVMETH 988.221 - 20 Ways to Test Your Survey Questions (Campanelli), June 11 - 15, M-F 1.0
9:00am-12:00pm Credits
SURVMETH 988.206 Introduction to Applied Questionnaire Design (Schaeffer), June 11-15, M-F 1.0
RSD-Survey Methodology for Randomized Controlled Trials (Couper), June 18, M
9:00am-4:00pm Credits
RSD-Basic Concepts and Theoretical Background (Wagner/West/Peytchev), June 19, T
RSD-Case Studies in Responsive Survey Design Research (West/Axinn/Schouten/Laflamme), June 20, W
RSD-Responsive Survey Design for Web Surveys (Axinn/Coffey), June 20, W
RSD-Developing Dashboards for Active Monitoring (Edwards), June 21, Th
RSD-Alternative Indicators Designed to Maximize Data Quality (Schouten/Shlomo), June 21, Th
RSD-A Management Model for Responsive Survey Design (Guyer/Murphy/Kruger-Ndiaye), June 22, F
RSD-Getting SMART about the Collection of Data for Informing the Construction of Optimal Adaptive Interventions (Aimirall), June 22, F
RSD-Implementing, Managing, and Analyzing Interventions in a Responsive Survey Design Framework (West/Trappmann), June 26, T
RSD-Two-Phase Sample Designs in a Responsive Survey Design Framework (Wagner), June 25, M
RSD-Implementation of Responsive Survey Design at the U.S. Census Bureau (Miller/Reist/Coffey), June 27, W
SURVMETH 988.229 - Introduction to Survey Research Techniques (Suzer-Gurtekin), June 4 - 8 M-F 2.0
HRS-Introduction to the Health and Retirement Study (Sonnega), June 11 - 15, M-F
Second Session, July 2-27
1:00pm-5:00pm Credits
SURVMETH 653-Mixed Methods Research Design and Data Collection (Axinn/Ghimire/Treleaven), July 16-20, M-F 1.5
9:00am-4:00pm Credits
SURVMETH 988.208 Introduction to Survey Methodology (Peytcheva), July 2-3, M-T 1.0
SURVMETH 988.223 - Questionnaire Design Short Course (Broome), July 9-10, M-T 1.0
SURVMETH 988.219 - Introduction to Survey Sampling (Lepkowski), July 5-6, Th-F 1.0
SURVMETH 652 Introduction to Focus Group Interviewing Research Methods (Casey/Kruger), July 24-25, T-W 1.0
SURVMETH 988.224 - Probability and Non-Probability Sampling Methods (Lepkowski/Lee), July 16-20, M-F 2.0
SURVMETH 988.225 - Introduction to Data Collection Methods (Keusch), July 12-13, Th-F 1.0
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