Participants will learn how to develop a focus group protocol and construct questions, as well as prepare for and conduct focus groups. Tips for transcription, data management and data analysis strategies will be discussed.
What does privacy mean in academic workplaces that are increasingly enmeshed in the structures of surveillance capitalism?
Dr. Cooper’s talk examines how African American men’s social and racial experiences are related, directly and indirectly, to their parenting ideologies, identities and engagement.
Retirement comes with the potential for greater freedom and autonomy regarding time management and activity selection. However, this freedom is not available to all retirees, and, when it is, it may be viewed as an opportunity to avoid goals and commitments rather than to live purposefully.
Writing a successful grant is a creative process, requiring the ability to present a compelling narrative. This workshop will cover methods of conceptualizing and writing a proposal in a way that encourages positive reviewer responses. It examines the relative importance of different components and offers “insider tips” for crafting a successful proposal. The focus is on grants to the National Institutes of Health, but is relevant to all proposals. Registration required Please contact Lori Biechele at email@example.com Lunch will be…