ICQE24 ICQE24

Philadelphia Pennsylvania | November 3 - 7, 2024

Philadelphia Pennsylvania

November 3 - 7, 2024



About

Building on the success of previous ICQEs, the Sixth International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography will bring together scholars seeking to meaningfully analyze complex processes in rich datasets from the perspective of quantitative ethnography. The goal of ICQE is to foster a community of researchers interested in sharing methodological innovations and applied research using techniques such as Epistemic Network Analysis across increasingly diverse and interdisciplinary fields. ICQE is a space for new and established quantitative ethnographers to share ideas, resources, and inspiration.

ICQE24

Keynote Speakers


Amalia Daché

Amalia Daché

University of Pennsylvania

Amalia Daché is an Associate Professor of Higher Education at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Daché’s major research areas are the neighborhood contexts of urban higher education, AfroLatin and Cuban studies, and the college-access experiences of Latino, Caribbean, Black students and communities. She has won numerous awards and fellowships from the National Academy of Education, Spencer Foundation, Russell Sage Foundation, Association for the Study of Higher Education, and The Rockefeller Institute.

Amalia Daché

Amalia Daché

University of Pennsylvania

Amalia Daché is an Associate Professor of Higher Education at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Daché’s major research areas are the neighborhood contexts of urban higher education, AfroLatin and Cuban studies, and the college-access experiences of Latino, Caribbean, Black students and communities. She has won numerous awards and fellowships from the National Academy of Education, Spencer Foundation, Russell Sage Foundation, Association for the Study of Higher Education, and The Rockefeller Institute.


Kristen DiCerbo

Kristen DiCerbo

Khan Academy

Dr. Kristen DiCerbo is the Chief Learning Officer at Khan Academy, where she leads the content, design, product management, and community support teams. Dr. DiCerbo’s career has focused on embedding insights from education research into digital learning experiences. Prior to her role at Khan Academy, she was Vice-President of Learning Research and Design at Pearson, served as a research scientist supporting the Cisco Networking Academies, and worked as a school psychologist. Kristen has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Arizona State University.

Kristen DiCerbo

Kristen DiCerbo

Khan Academy

Dr. Kristen DiCerbo is the Chief Learning Officer at Khan Academy, where she leads the content, design, product management, and community support teams. Dr. DiCerbo’s career has focused on embedding insights from education research into digital learning experiences. Prior to her role at Khan Academy, she was Vice-President of Learning Research and Design at Pearson, served as a research scientist supporting the Cisco Networking Academies, and worked as a school psychologist. Kristen has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Arizona State University.

Proposals

The Sixth International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography (ICQE24) aims to establish an international platform for researchers and practitioners to showcase their work bridging the divide between qualitative and quantitative methods. The conference seeks to explore innovative methodological techniques, facilitate networking among scholars, and contribute to the dynamic and transdisciplinary field of quantitative ethnography (QE).

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Premier Sponsor

Other Sponsor Opportunites

We invite all professional, academic, or industry sponsors to support the efforts of the Quantitative Ethnography Society (QESOC) as we aim to create a more inclusive and accessible ICQE conference that unites education researchers, academics, and professionals globally. The goal of ICQE is to foster a community of researchers interested in sharing methodological innovations and applied research using techniques such as Epistemic Network Analysis across diverse and interdisciplinary fields. By supporting our initiatives, you'll help us maintain affordable registration fees, offer scholarships to students and early-career researchers, organize valuable networking events to connect emerging QE learners and educators with researchers and industry experts, and strengthen the society's influence and impact.

For more information, contact our Sponsorship Chair, Mamta Shah at m.shah@elsevier.com