Events

The Cathie Marsh Institute organises various events throughout the year. From seminars and conferences to workshops and short courses, our events reflect our research themes.

Short courses

We run introductory, intermediate to advanced courses on all aspects of the research process, including research design, data collection and data analysis. 

Courses from our centres

As well as those events listed here, we also run seminars, courses and workshops at:

Next courses and events

Social Statistics Seminars 2021/22

01 October 2021 - 30 June 2022

We are pleased to announce this year's Social Statistics Seminars. Our speakers: 12/10: Iris Gomez-Lopez (University of Michigan) 02/11: David Haziza (University of Ottawa) 07/12: Brady West (University of Michigan) 18/01: Neil Sheldon (Teaching Statistics Trust) 08/02: Christian Steglich (University of Groningen) 01/03: Emilio Zagheni..

Manchester Urban Institute Research Showcase

12:00 - 13:00 01 June 2022

Join us for a series of forward-looking conversations about urban research at the University of Manchester. In each session, two leading academics from the Manchester Urban Institute's research themes will present important issues and research priorities over the coming years, as well as opportunities for colleagues to collaborate on research..

AI and the Arts: Languages & Linguistics

11:00 - 12:00 07 June 2022

This internal event is part of our AI and the Arts series. It will highlight and map out expertise and strengths at the intersection of AI / data science and languages / linguistics at the University of Manchester. This highly interdisciplinary area opens up a number of exciting possibilities for research, teaching, knowledge exchange, and bus..

Manchester Urban Institute Research Showcase

12:00 - 13:00 07 June 2022

Join us for a series of forward-looking conversations about urban research at the University of Manchester. In each session, two leading academics from the Manchester Urban Institute's research themes will present important issues and research priorities over the coming years, as well as opportunities for colleagues to collaborate on research..

Mapping crime data in R: An Introduction to GIS and spatial data

11:00 - 12:30 07 June 2022

Do you want to display crime data on maps but don’t know how? Crime data often contains spatial components. As a result, analyses of crime data can create patterns that are clearly linked to geography. Naturally, putting the data or analysis on a map makes a lot of sense. Unfortunately, if you have never matched statistical data to spatial d..

Social Statistics Seminar - 7 June 2022

16:00 - 07 June 2022

Social Statistics Seminars 2021/22 – June Session Bilateral international migration flow estimates updated and refined by sex Guy Abel (Shanghai University) Join us at 4pm (BST) on 7 June 2022! Registration link: http://bit.ly/socialstats0622 Please register using your full name and your email address. Abstract Females and males..

Census 2021: What to expect and when

10:00 - 11:00 14 June 2022

The webinar is intended for those interested in using data from the 2021 census. It will provide a timeline for the availability of aggregate data tables and the geographical boundaries to map them, and summarise the planned releases of flow data and census microdata products in 2023. We will outline our proposed training events, resources, an..

Reanimating data: secondary analysis, historical enquiry, & participatory data collection

16 June 2022

The aim of this interactive workshop is to explore data reanimation as a qualitative research method. The focus will be on creative, participatory and innovative ways of working with archived qualitative research materials for the purpose of secondary analysis, historical enquiry and / or data collection. During the workshop we will explore d..

Seminar: Jade Bentil (Oxford)

13:00 - 14:15 16 June 2022

Further details to follow. Follow @ethnicityuk on twitter for the latest details.

Manchester Urban Institute Research Showcase

12:00 - 13:00 22 June 2022

Join us for a series of forward-looking conversations about urban research at the University of Manchester. In each session, two leading academics from the Manchester Urban Institute's research themes will present important issues and research priorities over the coming years, as well as opportunities for colleagues to collaborate on research..

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