Maryland Center for Developmental Disabilities: Talks and Symposia

Howard, W. J. (Spring, 2014). An alternative to the restrictive strategy in modern missing data procedures. Invited talk at the Department of Mental Health, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD. 

Howard, W. J. & Little, T. D. (Fall, 2013). Using principal components analysis to obtain auxiliary variables for missing data in large data sets. Invited talk at the Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.

Howard, W. J. & Little, T. D. (Spring, 2013). Use of principal components analysis to reap the benefits of the inclusive strategy in the presence of many possible auxiliary variables. Invited talk at the annual Modern Modeling Methods (M3) Conference, Storrs, CT.

Howard, W. J. (Spring, 2013). Missing data analysis. Invited talk at the bi-annual Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Data Management Core, Johns Hopkins University, Bayview, MD.

Howard, W. J. (Fall, 2012). Understanding missing data: An introduction to basic concepts. Invited talk at the bi-annual Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Data Management Core Seminar, Johns Hopkins University, Bayview, MD.

Smith, C.L., (2012) Guest lecturer: Children with Special Health Care Needs. Professor, Cynthia Minkovitz. Overall presentation regarding IDEA, children with special health care needs, current issues.

Smith, C.L., (2012) Guest lecturer: Developmental disabilities service systems. Lecture to 2nd year psychiatry residents, University of Maryland.

Smith, C.L., (2011) Symposia Understanding program evaluation: Making it work for you. Invited technical assistance webinar for Developmental Disabilities Councils nationally, sponsored by Maternal and Child Health Bureau in collaboration with Association for University Centers for Developmental Disabilities (AUCD). March 10th, 2011.

Smith, C.L., (2011) Guest lecturer: Children with Special Health Care Needs. Professor, Cynthia Minkovitz. Overall presentation regarding IDEA, children with special health care needs, current issues.

Smith, C.L., (2010) Guest lecturer: Children with Special Health Care Needs. Professor, Cynthia Minkovitz. Overall presentation regarding IDEA, children with special health care needs, current issues.

Smith, C.L., (2010) Guest Lecturer: Program Evaluation. Professor, Kristin Mmari. Overall presentation regarding program evaluation, applications to health care providers and agencies, and capacity building.