ISSR Consultant Ashley Carpenter first student speaker in history of UMass Graduate Commencement

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We are excited to announce that Ashley Carpenter, who recently defended her doctoral dissertation in Higher Education Administration, has been selected as the first student speaker in the history of Graduate Commencement! Ashley has been an invaluable member of the ISSR Methodology Consulting team, sharing her expertise in qualitative methods through one-on-one consultations and workshops on qualitative interviewing and analysis with NVivo. 

Call for Proposals | Engaging Anthropology | 50th Anniversary Conference of Department of Anthropology at UMass Amherst

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The Department of Anthropology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is hosting a four-day conference, Engaging Anthropology, October 3-6, 2019 as part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations. Our conference theme, Engaging Anthropology, is meant to highlight a history of engaging with the many challenges of the day. At this moment of escalating precarity and deepening inequalities, of resurgent nativisms, social dislocations, and ongoing colonialism—and with climate change threatening life as we know it—how can we approach anthropology and mobilize anthropological theory and methods to help us make sense of and respond to these conditions, as well as identify and work towards alternatives?

Summer Methodology Workshops | Registration now open!

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From photovoice to computational modeling, ISSR has advanced methodology workshops to expand your research and persuasion toolkit this summer. Since 2012, ISSR has offered a varied program of advanced research methods training each summer, through hands-on workshops taught by specialists in their fields. These two- and three-day courses are designed and priced to be accessible for faculty, graduate students and research professionals seeking to expand their methodological skills.

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