Celebrating 40 years of Little Green Books

To celebrate 40 years of Little Green Books, we recently held our QASS 40th Anniversary Contest where we asked you to submit photos answering the question What have the little green books meant to you?

We are thrilled to announce ours winners and share their entries below.

GRAND PRIZE WINNER

Vanessa Joi Paul, Research Analyst, on behalf of
CUNY Office of Research, Evaluation, and Program Support

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“Little Green Books Make a Difference”

Strong, diverse methods drive strong evaluation and research. With Little Green Books, our analysts can better support programs that improve educational and life outcomes for New York City’s youth and adults. Strong methods = program improvements = impacts we’re proud of!

HONORABLE MENTION

Ana Lourdes Rosado Feger, Associate Professor
Ohio University

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“Rise of the Phoenix”

I entered my doctoral program completely unprepared to do social science research.  My advisor introduced me to little green books that helped me navigate my way through an alien landscape. Today I read through Nonparametric Statistics for a project.

Congratulations to our grand prize winner, who received 40 Little Green Books, and our honorable mention, who received 15 Little Green books, and thank you to all who participated in our contest.

For more customer stories, please visit sagepub.com/qass40.

As part of our QASS 40th Anniversary celebration, we’ve been sharing wisdom from the books and facts about the series itself on @SAGE_Methods using #LittleGreenFacts. See these insights in the slideshow below.

This post is part of SAGE Publishing’s Academic Book Week themed SAGE Connection/ Insight. Check out all our content here

     
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