Research Inside-Out: Shifting the conversation to research-as-process


Feb 25 12:30 – 2:00 pm

When we share our research, either in talks or papers, we typically focus on the “why” of the research: Why did we study this? Why should everyone care about the results? This usually comes at the expense of the “how,” which often gets tucked quietly into the inside of our presentations: How did we do our research? How did we overcome challenges in the process? How does how we handle and structure our data impact our work? Research Inside-Out is an event that aims to turn this conversation inside-out, with speakers from different disciplines presenting a research project that provides a window into the process, followed by a panel discussion with questions from the audience.

Matt Salganik, Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for Information Technology Policy

Meredith Martin, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Center for Digital Humanities

Rebecca Koeser, Lead Developer of the Center for Digital Humanities

Ken Norman, Huo Professor in Computational and Theoretical Neuroscience, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Chair of the Department of Psychology

Sam Nastase, Post-doctoral Researcher at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute

Moderator: Wind Cowles, Director of Research Data and Open Scholarship

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