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Spring 2005: Difference, Diversity and Carleton's Academics

Reading, Writing, and…Quantitative Inquiry: Involving First-Year Students in Research and Writing with Numbers

Created 5 May 2005; Published 3 December 2008

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Neil Lutsky, Professor of Psychology and Annette Nierobisz, Assistant Professor of Sociology

Cosponsors: The Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge (QuIRk) program and the FIPSE grant

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