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GSS Career Connections Series Talk #2 - Shared screen with speaker view
alexa zagarra
01:10:50
Do you still want your PhD?
Sean Tucker
01:27:28
For Brianne - What’s your take on the new wave called “Data Science”. Also, I’m completing Anthropology, with a GIS Cert (I’ve worked in GIS for years) ... would you say a Stats minor is worth it.
Sean Tucker
01:35:01
For Doug - What are the areas of growth you see for applied social science? Also how would you describe the merging/shifting with the area of Marketing ... example Culture Change+Branding
Melissa Blundell Osorio
01:36:39
Is it easier to harder to find opportunities for employment and/or funding in traditional research vs applied?
Melissa Blundell Osorio
01:36:50
easier or harder
Sean Tucker
01:40:13
To Dr. Wiedman - it may be better to know how we want to be useful, than what shapes academia currently allows?
Sarah Mahler
02:00:38
Melissa, one of the issues with funding is if it’s government funding (tends to be more academic) versus private foundation funding (much more flexible — will fund academic but also applied, especially in particular areas like medicine, education
Melissa Blundell Osorio
02:03:34
Thank you so much!
Archibald Kincaid
02:13:26
We (the GSS department) have a new Certificate in Applied Social Science Research Methods that is based on learning both quantitative and qualitative methods. For any students who are interested, please let me know!
Sean Tucker
02:19:42
very very helpful Brianne and Doug. Thanks so much.
Sean Tucker
02:20:42
thanks professor Tardanico
Sean Tucker
02:20:57
yes would like to hear about the Methods cert
Sean Tucker
02:21:59
is it on our website?
Brianne Gilbert
02:26:46
For any other questions, please feel free to email me at brianne.gilbert@LMU.edu or text/call me at 310-321-8882
Doug Kincaid
02:27:22
You can also reach out to me anytime as well - dougkincaid@greenwaldresearch.com
Bruteney Theodore
02:28:10
how will the certificate program transfer into the graduate medical program
Bruteney Theodore
02:29:39
thank you