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1-14-2010 CIQR Pro-Seminar

Center for Interpretive and Qualitative Research (CIQR -- "seeker")*

Date: Jan. 14 (Thurs.), 2010, 4:30-6:00PM, 207 College Hall, Berger Gallery, Duquesne University.

Presenters:  CIQR Pro-Seminar Graduate Student Projects:   William Davies, Lina Dostilio, Taine Duncan, Amanda Ford, Joseph Hamer, and Amy Taylor.

Abstract:  During the course of the CIQR Pro-Seminar, participants are expected to share ideas for their individual research projects orally and in writing, receive feedback on their own work, and provide feedback to other seminar participants. The Pro-Seminar is intended to support the scholarly work of Certificate Program participants, and does so by facilitating an exchange of ideas and research both through the course, and through a formal presentation of these projects to the wider CIQR community and general public.  In this event, the Certificate candidates will each present a summary of his or her project and respond to comments from their fellow candidates and the audience.

For inquiries concerning CIQR, please contact the Center Coordinator, Fred Evans, Dept. of Philosophy, evansf@duq.edu, 396-6507, or access the CIQR website, www.ciqr.duq.edu .

*The Center has been officially approved by the Dean of the College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts, The Graduate Council of the College, and the Council of Deans for the University.  It is based in the College but open to members of all the schools of the University.  It includes interpretive and qualitative research in both the humanities and the social and behavioral sciences (including the practice of the latter in Nursing, Education, Occupational Therapy and other professional schools).