Research Methods: Data Collection & Management

LAS 6292
Section 02DD
Class 21032

Days: Fridays
Times: 12:50pm- 3:50pm
Location: Grinter 376

Course description

This course is designed for graduate students from any discipline – social sciences, humanities, biophysical sciences – and at all stages of their graduate program. It is an introduction to methods for collecting, organizing, managing, and visualizing both qualitative and quantitative data. Students will gain hands-on experience with best practices and tools.


Emilio Bruna SmallEmilio M. Bruna
Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
380 Grinter Hall
Tel: 352-846-0634
Fax: 352-392-7682

Research Interests
Science and Science Policy in Latin America, Bibliometrics/Scientometrics, Tropical conservation and ecology, Statistics and Data Management for Latin American Studies.

Geographic Expertise
Brazil (Amazonia, Cerrado)