The University of Colorado offers a wide variety of labs, departments and initiatives devoted to research. Check out the following external links to resources for more information and opportunities for graduate student support.
LISA statistical collaborators can help design experiments, studies, and surveys; collect, analyze, and plot data; run statistical software; interpret results; and develop strategies to communicate statistical concepts and results to non-statisticians.
ITSS is a brand-new initiative starting in Fall 2018 to provide graduate professional socialization and methods/software training in the social and behavioral sciences. Our workshops and mini-courses are open to all graduate students doing work related to the social and behavioral sciences.
CRDDS is a collaboration between Research Computing and University Libraries, offering a full range of data services for both university and community members. Our aim is to promote research data management. We help manage cyberinfrastructure to gain full benefit from big data, digital scholarship to explore tools and methods used in digital research, and education and training. In addition to digital outreach efforts through our website, we have a seminar and consulting space in Room E206 of Norlin Library.