CRDCN National Policy Challenge: Analyzing Data for the Common Good
Hey graduate students!
Are you passionate about Canadian public policy? Do you love data, and dream about statistics? Then, this competition is for you!
What is it?
A competition designed to encourage Canadian graduate students to share their policy ideas and to promote the use of confidential microdata in developing innovative, evidence-driven policy solutions.
Why you should apply
- Analyze a policy issue of your own choosing with exclusive Statistics Canada data, at your nearest Research Data Centre (RDC).
- Attend a 1-day special event in Ottawa on June 11, 2019 and present your results to a distinguished panel of judges.
- Get unique SAS training and insights from highly qualified mentors.
- Win one of the prizes that will be awarded to the top three presentations.
How to apply?
Submit a research proposal online, individually or as a team, by October 1.
Visit the CRDCN website for all details and to submit your proposal