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== Alumni Survey Techniques  ==
== Alumni Survey Techniques  ==
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[[Daniel Weiss]], a visitng scholar in DEL, discussed entreprenurship research conducted by Stanford Univeristy professor Chuck Eesley that used a sample of Stanford University alumni.
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[[Daniel Weiss]], a visitng scholar in DEL, discussed entreprenurship research conducted by Stanford Univeristy professor Chuck Eesley that used a sample of Stanford University alumni.<br>
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Eesley CE, Miller WF. Impact: Stanford University’s Economic Impact via Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation; 2012 October.
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*Daniel's Presentation
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*Eesley CE, Miller WF. Impact: Stanford University’s Economic Impact via Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation; 2012 October.
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== Effect Size and P-Value ==
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== Effect Size and P-Value ==
[[Qu Jin]], a Postdoctoral student in DEL, provided helpful perspective on the use of Effect Size and P-Values in social science research.  
[[Qu Jin]], a Postdoctoral student in DEL, provided helpful perspective on the use of Effect Size and P-Values in social science research.  

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Alumni Survey Techniques

Daniel Weiss, a visitng scholar in DEL, discussed entreprenurship research conducted by Stanford Univeristy professor Chuck Eesley that used a sample of Stanford University alumni.

  • Daniel's Presentation
  • Eesley CE, Miller WF. Impact: Stanford University’s Economic Impact via Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation; 2012 October.

Effect Size and P-Value

Qu Jin, a Postdoctoral student in DEL, provided helpful perspective on the use of Effect Size and P-Values in social science research.

Qu's Presentation

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