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Monday, May 1st

Annual Stats II  Student Presentations

Session 1: Presentation Session 
Live in Kaufman Hall 221B, 11:00-12:30 pm
Presenters: Mathaus Campos, Wendy Dedmond, Taylor Gamble, Nate McKnight, Darci Schmidgall

Session 2: Poster Session 
Live in Kaufman Hall 331B, 1:00-2:30 pm
Presenters: Chinedu Nsude, Chloe Byars, Reagan Hunt, Rebecca Mosier, Madelyn Mosier


The ADQUANT lecture series is a collaborative forum for the discussion, dissemination, and appreciation of the methodological diversity across sociology, criminology, and the social sciences. While historically this working group focused on quantitative and statistical methodologies (as our name implies), we have evolved and transformed into a general methods group that celebrates the multiple approaches to knowledge production within sociology and criminology. We seek to advance and facilitate methodological rigor, engage in interdisciplinary approaches to addressing sociological/criminological concerns, and encourage conversation between and across methodologies in our research. Each semester we invite faculty and students to present their ongoing research projects to our methods forum and we hope you will join us for an exciting semester that will showcase many fascinating presentations.

Spring 2023 Schedule

Tuesday, February 28th, 12:00-1pm  –  221B Kaufman Hall (with Virtual Options)
Adding Tools to the Toolkit: Using Theory-Guided Machine Learning to Support Social Science Research
Prof. Chris Garneau - OU Sociology
Prof Heather Bedle - OU Geosciences

March TBD –  221B Kaufman Hall (with Virtual Options)
OU Sociology Graduate Recruitment Weekend Student Presentation
Different by Degrees: Relationship Quality Differences by Level of Education
Ami Frost -  PhD Student
OU Sociology

Friday, April 21st , 1:30-3:30pm  –  221B Kaufman Hall (with Virtual Options)
2022 Grasmick Summer Research Presentations
2022 Grasmick Award Winners
OU Sociology Graduate Students

Monday, May 1st, Time and Place TBD 
Advanced Regression Student Presentations 
Social Statistics II Students
OU Sociology Graduate Students



  • Prof. Liili Abuladze - Tallinn University
  • Prof. Dan Wang - OU Sociology
  • Prof. Martin Priotrowski - OU Sociology
  • Prof. John Leverso - OU Sociology
  • Prof. Máel Embser-Herbert, Hamline University, Sociology 
  • Abby Young - OU Sociology (PhD Canidate)
  • Sally Wiser - OU Sociology (MA Student)
  • Dr. Dagoberto Cortex - NSF SBE Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Texas at Austin
  • Prof. Jason Gravel - Temple Criminal Justice
  • Prof. Marcus Mann - Purdue University Sociology
  • Prof. Collin Mueller - University of Maryland, Sociology
  • Prof. Annsbel Ipsen -  Colorado State University Sociology
  • Elizabeth McElroy - OU Sociology (PhD Student)
  • Peyman Hekmatpour - OU Sociology (PhD Candidate)
  • Rick Wolford - OU Sociology (PhD Candidate)
  • Leslie Miller - OU Sociology (PhD Candidate)
  • Prof. Jeremy Freese (Stanford Sociology)
  • Prof. Cyrus Schleifer (OU Sociology - SLIDES & DOFILE)
  • Roshan Pandian - Indiana University Bloomington (PhD Candidate)
  • Prof. Erin Maher (OU Sociology) & Deven Carlson (OU Political Science)
  • Prof. Sun Kyong (Sunny) Lee - OU Communication
  • Prof. Sam Workman - OU Political Science
  • Prof.  Raphaël Charron-Chénier - Arizona State University, School of Social Transformation
  • Marshall Schmidt - OU Sociology (PhD Candidate)
  • Prof. Christopher R.H. Garneau - University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
  • Lauren Johnson - OU Sociology (Masters Student)
  • Prof.  Julie Gerlinger - OU Sociology
  • Prof.  Kimball Martin - OU Mathematics
  • Lauren Johnson - OU Sociology (Undergraduate)
  • Leslie Miller - OU Sociology (PhD Student)
  • Prof. Sharon Bird - Oklahoma State University
  • Prof. Robert Terry - OU Psychology
  • Prof. Ole Andreassen - University of Tromsø Business School 
  • Prof. Yothin Sawangdee - Mahidol University, Thailand
  • Prof. Wayne Stewart - OU Mathematics
  • Jong Hyun Jung - PhD in Sociology (Purdue University)