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Requirements

Researchers who have nominal experience with meta-analysis and basic statistics, and who have an idea for a Goal 1 meta-analysis study are encouraged to apply.

 

Applicants must:

  • Apply by April 1, 2020 for MATI 2020

  • Have completed their doctorate by the time of the workshop

  • May be working in academic institutions or working in educational research in other settings in the United States.

  • Be US Citizens (or Permanent Residents)

  • Have completed an introductory workshop on meta-analysis, worked on a meta-analysis, or completed an undergraduate or graduate course in meta-analysis.

Travel and Funding

The Institute is funded via an IES Methods Training Grant. As such, much of the cost of participation will be covered, including:

  • Travel to/from Chicago

  • The Institute and materials

  • Hotel for 6 nights

  • Per diem each day

Apply for the Institute

Apply to MATI here.

FAQs

  • When is the deadline for applications?  Applications for MATI 2020 are due by April 1, 2020.

  • Can graduate students apply?​ Yes, graduate students who will complete their degree by the start of MATI can apply with a letter of support from their graduate school advisor.​

  • Can I apply if I am not a US citizen? Only US citizens and US permanent residents are eligible.

  • Am I eligible for MATI if I have no experience in meta-analysis? MATI is aimed at researchers who have  experience in meta-analysis and want to update their skills. If you are new to meta-analysis, consider applying to the Modern Meta-Analysis Research Institute funded by the National Science Foundation here.

  • How much does MATI cost? MATI is free to participants due to the generous support of the Institute of Educaiton Sciences. Participant lodging, travel and per diem will be provided by MATI.

  • Where will MATI 2020 take place? The 2020 MATI training will take place in Chicago.

  • How long is MATI? The workshop meets from Sunday- Saturday.

  • How do I apply? Click here to apply.