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SAVE THE DATE: Qualitative Research Master Classes with Professor Kathy Charmaz ­- September 2017 @ QUT Brisbane

Wonderful news and opportunity for all qualitative researchers!

Creative Industries, in conjunction with QUT Business School, is delighted to announce that we will be hosting two master classes on grounded theory and writing qualitative research facilitated by the internationally renowned expert Professor Kathy Charmaz Both workshops will be held on QUT campus in Brisbane – information, flyers and contact details below.

  • Master Class One: Grounded Theory Master Class- Monday 25 September to Wednesday 27 September (3 days)

Pricing:  Full Registration – $850.00  Early Bird Rates:

  • QUT Staff (General)  – $650.00
  • HDR Student – $450.00 (For noting -CI HDR students can access their HDR support funds for their registration)
  • Non  QUT Student – $500.00

 

  • Master Class Two: Writing Qualitative Research Master Class- Friday 29 September to Saturday 30 September (2 days)

Pricing: Full Registration – $600.00

  • Early Bird Rates:
  • QUT Staff (General)  – $500.00
  • HDR Student – $400.00 (For noting -CI HDR students can access their HDR support funds for their registration)
  • Non  QUT Student – $450.00

 

More information in flyers: Summary_Kathy Charmaz Masterclass

Masterclass One_Kathy Charmaz

Masterclass Two_Kathy Charmaz

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Professor Kathy Charmaz

Kathy Charmaz is Professor Emerita of Sociology at Sonoma State University and the former Director of the Faculty Writing Program, which she organized to help faculty complete their research and scholarly writing.  She has written, co-authored, or co-edited fourteen books including Constructing Grounded Theory (2014) and has written or co-authored over 50 articles and chapters on qualitative inquiry and grounded theory.

Currently, she is working with Antony Bryant on the second edition of The Sage Handbook of Grounded Theory and is a co-authored text on symbolic interactionist social psychology.  Kathy has received major awards from the Pacific Sociological Association and the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction and was chosen for the 2017 Leo G. Reeder career award for the Medical Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association.  She travels across the globe to give lectures, classes, and workshops on grounded theory, writing qualitative research, social psychology, and the sociology of health and illness.

Expression of Interest: Due to limited class size, please send your expression of interest to ci.hdr@qut.edu.au by July 14, 2017 to secure your place.

For more information, contact the Creative Industries Higher Degree Research Office –ci.hdr@qut.edu.au. A formal registration process will be released shortly but in the meantime, please send widely through your networks!

PLEASE DISSEMINATE WIDELY – I attended her CT masterclass in Melbourne in 2015, it was wonderful… well worth attending, if you can, to spend time with this very kind and smart qualitative research guru!

P.S. If you are inter-state or overseas, please considering making a week of it in Brisbane – we will also be running a free one day symposium in between workshops, primarily for PhD students on the Thursday – Kathy will be doing a keynote there – so add that to your trip planning! Thursday Symposium – Creative Expression: Methods and practices from art, design and communication research (very, very early stages of planning!). 

Warm regards, Evonne

Associate Professor Evonne Miller. Director of Research Training, Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology 

 

 

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