June 2, 2022
CRDCN, in partnership with SAS and Statistics Canada, challenges emerging researchers to investigate a policy problem of their choosing using microdata and present their research findings to their peers and to a jury of researchers and policy makers. The Canadian Research Data Centre Network (CRDCN) designed the National Policy Challenge competition to encourage student researchers to share their policy ideas and to promote the use of microdata in developing innovative, evidence-driven policy solutions. This year will showcase the research of the 2021/2022 finalists.
Samer Hamamji – a PhD Candidate in the L’Abbe Lab – is a finalist in the competition and will be presenting on Wednesday, June 8th at 1:50 PM EDT.
Event information and program: https://crdcn.swoogo.com/NPC22
Registration link: https://crdcn.swoogo.com/npc22/attend