The Center for Qualitative Inquiry is celebrating 10 years of serving faculty and graduate students in Qualitative Research. Nora L. White, PhD is a professor of literacy education (Department of Reading) and has served as Faculty Coordinator of the Center since we opened our doors 10 years ago. She has a wealth of knowledge of Qualitative Research designs and analysis of data.
Dr. Nora White is available by appointment to support your methodological decision making. Send an email to NWhite@twu.edu.
New Qualitative Research Technology Trainers
Kalee Appleton is a graduate student in the Department of Visual Arts pursuing a Studio Art degree in photography. She brings a wealth of knowlege of photography and we are planning to incorporate her experiences into our Workshops during the fall semester.
Miriam Karkle is a graduate student in the Department of Family Sciences pursuing a degree in Family Therapy. She brings a wealth of knowledge of counseling and has a deep understanding of ethics relating to research with clients.
NOTE: Scheduling an appointment through an email with our staff via Qualitative@twu.edu is highly recommended so that we can provide effective service. Due to the unique scheduling needs of our clients, office hours may change without notice. Please contact the Center to ensure one of our Graduate Assistants be available for you.
Center resources can be accessed in MCL 307/308 from MTWTh 7.30 AM - 8:00 PM and Fri. 8.00 AM - 5.00 PM.
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