Qualitative Research Interest Groups 2017-09-07T21:13:06+00:00

Qualitative Research Interest Group

The Qualitative Research Interest Group (QRIG) is a working group composed of faculty and graduate students who are engaged in enhancing knowledge and utilization of mixed qualitative methods in research and teaching; in partnership with the Maryland Population Research Center.

QRIG seeks to elevate mixed qualitative methodologies at University of Maryland through programs that facilitate collaborative research and inquiry:

  • Hosting a lecture series showcasing important and path-breaking qualitative scholarship;
  • Promoting research grants for early career faculty conducting mixed qualitative intersectional research;
  • Providing research and teaching resources.

To learn more, read our mixed methods research bibliography (PDF) and see the sample course offerings at University of Maryland for classes that teach qualitative methods.

Upcoming Events

QRIG Fall Panel

October 12, 2017

12-1:30pm; Marie Mount 1310

Moderator – Caryn Bell, PhD

Doctoral Students: Nina Daoud, Ana Sanchez-Rivera, Cara Snyder

QRIG Grant Opportunities

CRGE and the Maryland Population Research Center have offered QRIG seed grants for early career faculty and doctoral candidates at the University of Maryland. Funding is not available for Academic Year 2017-2018.

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