QualLab Lunches – Autumn 2021 (virtual)
This event is back by popular demand! QualLab Lunches are a series of lunches that offer information about an important qualitative topic such as anti-racist research designs, ethics in ethnographic research, how to obtain grants with a qualitative design, and more. The video recordings of past events may be found in our QualLab Videos & Trainings Section here. Please review details and register below.
- Thursday, September 23, noon; Dr. Erynn Beaton (John Glenn College of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University) – Critical Qualitative Research: Radical & Post-Structural Feminism and the Quest for Gendered Justice Click here to watch.
- Thursday, October 6, noon; Dr. Brian Seilstad (Akhawayn University) –Introduction to Transana. Click here to watch.
- Wednesday, November 17, noon; Dr. Katherine L Clonan-Roy (Cleveland State University) & Dr. Charlotte Jacobs (University of Pennsylvania) – Intersectionality and Critical Qualitative Perspectives. Click here to register.
- Thursday, December 2, noon; – Dr. Nimo Abdi (TL) – Using Phenomenology in Qualitative Research. Click here to register.
If you require an accommodation such as live captioning or interpretation to participate in this event, please contact QualLab@osu.edu. Requests made 10 days prior to the event will generally allow us to provide seamless access, but the college will make every effort to meet requests made after this date. A captioned recording of this program will be available within 7-10 business days following the event and posted to the Videos and Trainings page on the QualLab website. Have an idea? Let us know at QualLab@osu.edu.
#SoCGrad Support Colloquium – a new monthly event for 2021-22
#SoCGrad Support Colloquium is a space for @OSUEHE graduate students of color to come together and learn from EHE faculty member of color and each other. Each month, we invite a faculty host of color to speak on a topic related to graduate student experiences around research and graduate school, and department Diversity Committee chairs will be asked to help us invite the hosting faculty so that the whole college is involved. We will be certain to provide opportunities for caucus groups / small group discussions where Latinx / Black/ Native / AAPI / multi-racial students may connect with each other. See the EDGE website for faculty guest speakers, dates and zoom info.
Sponsored by the Racial Justice & Equity Task Force “students” subcommittee (chairs – Colette Dollarhide & Penny Pasque; Noelle Arnold chairs the full task force for the college).
#SoCGrad Support Colloquium @OSUehe