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Why Quantitative Research Matters, June 1-2
In collaboration with the College of Education and Human Ecology (EHE) and the EHE Office of Research, Innovation and Collaboration’s (ORIC) Quantitative Methodology Center (QMC), the Ohio State University is sponsoring a hybrid, two-day research conference.
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Adopted by a white family at 18 months, Sandy White Hawk lost her family, her heritage and her compass. Now she’s partnering with Ohio State researcher Ashley Landers to show the impact of adoption on Native children and to save the law that could have saved her.
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