Welcome to The Omega Laboratory (OmegaLab) homepage at Old Dominion University, an all purpose quantitative methodology lab.
The main purpose of the lab is the development, exploration, and application of general quantitative methods for the sciences. Because of the adaptability of quantitative methodology, we operate on the intersection of many fields - psychology, psychometrics, sociology, education, program evaluation, medicine, and many others. This is also reflected in the diverse applied projects, interests, and specialization of the lab members, which make for a unique and vibrant approach to developing solutions and conducting research.
The lab houses powerful workstations for high powered computing. Installed on the computing environment is a full range of statistical software for conducting simple statistical analyses to estimating more advanced statistical models.
Actively Recruiting Students!
At OmegaLab, we work on a variety of quantitative and/or applied research projects. We value integrity, commitment, and out-of-the-box thinking. For full consideration for fall admission the application deadlines are as follows: 01-05-2013 for the Applied Experimental Ph.D. Program and 05-15-2013 for the Experimental Masters Program. Financial support is available for graduate students. Women and members of underrepresented minority groups are particularly encouraged to apply. For further information please contact us below.
Seeking motivated students to work in a variety of capacities. Examples of some of the activities students do are data entry, transcribing, creating online surveys, lit searches, assist with statistical analysis, etc.. Students are formally trained in all of these activities. Some funding is available for undergraduate students.
For consulting, training, and opportunities in the the lab, please do not hesitate to contact us.