March 17, 2021
Political science graduate students Donatien Adou, Elizabeth Dorssom and Yu Bin Kim recently received fellowships to attend the Institute for Qualitative and Multi-Method Research. The institute was established 17 years ago and has hosted more than 2,000 graduate students and junior faculty.
The program helps enable fellows to create and critique methodologically sophisticated qualitative research designs, including case studies, tests of necessity or sufficiency, and narrative or interpretive work. It explores the techniques, uses, strengths and limitations of these methods, while emphasizing their relationships with alternative approaches.
Adou, Dorssom and Kim were accepted to fill three of the 15 open pool application positions.
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Faculty leader of the College of Engineering has devoted over two decades to leadership, education and research.
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