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The Qualitative Report 2nd Annual Conference, Jan. 7-8

The Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the TQR 2nd Annual Conference, which will be held Jan. 7 – 8, 2011 on the main campus of NSU. This annual conference is affiliated with The Qualitative Report, an online journal housed in SHSS. The theme of the conference is “Researching Identity and Identifying Researchers.”

A number of NSU faculty and graduate students will be presenting at the conference, as well as dozens of national and international scholars and researchers. To learn more about the conference schedule, to read descriptions of the presentations, and to register, please visit the conference website at http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/TQR2011/index.html. Please note that registration closes Dec. 24, and there will be no on-site registration.

The TQR Annual Conference is organized by Ron Chenail, Ph.D. D, Editor-in-Chief of TQR and is sponsored by SHSS. Chenail is the Program Director of the Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Research in the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies (DMS) in SHSS. The Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Research consists of six, three-credit hour online courses (18 credit hours) designed to prepare academics, professional research consultants, and graduate students to understand a variety of qualitative research approaches and to conduct qualitative research studies.

Plenary Sessions

“A Dance of Transparencies: Researching Identity and Identifying Researchers, ” Ronald Chenail, Ph.D., TQR Editor-in-Chief, USA

“Anthrotherapy: Reflections of Research and Clinical Work,” Khawla Abu-Baker, Ph.D., The Max Stern Academic College of Emeq Yezreel Israel

Interactive Workshops

Flash Research Writing,” Maureen Duffy, Ph.D. and Laurie Charlés, Ph.D.

“Exploring Methods for Exploring Identity: Biographical Narrative and Phenomenological Research,” Karen Wilson Scott, Ph.D. and Robin Cooper, Ph.D.

“Getting Published: Journey into a Relationship between Editor and Author,” Sally St. George, Ph.D., Paige Averett, Ph.D., and Dan Wulff, Ph.D.

“Applied Qualitative Research Boot Camp: Basic Skills, Basic Training, and Basic Fun,” Ron Chenail, Ph.D.

For more information about the program, contact Chenail at 954-262-5389 or via email at ron@nova.edu.