This summer in Philadelphia, I will be teaching two sessions of my five-day course on "Event History & Survival Analysis." The first session is July 11-15 and the second is July 25-29. This course covers material equvalent to a full semester's work and includes such topics as censoring, life tables, Kaplan Meier estimates, accelerated failure time models, Cox regression, competing risks, discrete-time methods, unobserved heterogeneity, and repeated events. The course makes heavy use of several SAS procedures: LIFETEST, LIFEREG, PHREG and LOGISTIC. There will be computers on site for hands-on assignments and practice. For more information, go to www.StatisticalHorizons.com.