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(National) 2020 Intersectional Qualitative Research Methods Institute (IQRMI)

(National) 2020 Intersectional Qualitative Research Methods Institute (IQRMI) [article image]

When: Sun, Jun 21 2020 12:00am - Fri, Jun 26 2020 12:00am 

Where: University of Maryland

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For Advanced Doctoral Students

About the Institute:

Since 2015, the Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity (CRGE) has organized the week-long Intersectional Qualitative Research Methods Institute (IQRMI). Few training institutes in the country focus on qualitative research methods and, currently, none incorporate discussions regarding the intersections of race, gender, class, ethnicity, and other dimensions of inequality.

Registration fee: $2,500 (includes lodging and breakfast, lunch, and snacks)

Application Deadline: December 02, 2019

As Directors of the Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity and the Latino Research Institute, we are deeply engaged in advancing the next generation of underrepresented minority scholars and committed to building pathways to successful research careers. You, too, can join us in this effort by helping spread the word.

Focus: Develop critical race and intersectional perspectives; enhance qualitative research data analyses; prepare for a successful research career.

Apply here.

Want to know more about the institute for Advanced Doctoral Students? Get all your questions answered during an online info session with the institute’s core faculty, streaming live on Latino Studies at UT’s YouTube channel.

Live Info Session: November 19 at 12:30pm (CST).

The application deadline is Monday, December 2, 2019.

The Institute is designed to provide an equity lift to successfully navigate the next critical transition in the applicant’s academic/research career pathway. Institute objectives are to enhance qualitative intersectional research skills, writing skills and scholarly practices, and to create a network of intersectional scholars. We also intend to strengthen the intellectual and social capital of these participants through tailored professional development.

Scholars who are Mexican American, African American, Native American, Puerto Rican, or from other socially and economically disadvantaged groups are encouraged to apply.

Link: Application form