Workshops

Registration is required - All workshops are $50 / both online & face to face

Fall 2021

  • August 9 - Online - Qualitative Analysis: The Basics - Presented by Dr. amber Wutich, ASU - DETAILS
  • August 11 - Online - Content Analysis: The Basics - Presented by Dr. Amber Wutich, ASU - DETAILS
  • August 13 - Online - Grounded Theory: The Basics - Presented by Dr. Amber Wutich, ASU - DETAILS
  • September 23 - Live Zoom Format - Positionality and Reflexivity - Presented by Dr. Pardis Mahdavi, Dean of Social Sciences, ASU - Details coming soon
  • October 12, 13 - Live Zoom Format - Ethnoecology - Presented by Dr. Victoria Reyes-Garcia,  University of California, Riverside - Details coming soon
  • October 22 - Live Zoom Format - Python Programming for Non Programming Social Scientists - Dr. Eric Shook, University of Minnesota - Details coming soon

Additional resources:

Graduate workshops

ASU students looking to enhance their research skills are invited to take part in the Graduate Scholars Toolkit, a series of workshops offered throughout the semester by the ASU Library on a variety of topics including copyright, citation management, data visualization and text analysis. Workshops are offered on multiple campuses with more webinars and online offerings to come. 

https://lib.asu.edu/services/graduate-students

Past Workshops Sponsored by ISSR