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rethink research: SSRL Research Methods Summer Institute

Posted in Politics & Society, Research, Scholarly & Artistic Work
May 6, 2019 to May 17, 2019

rethink research is organized by the Social Sciences Research Laboratories (SSRL) in the College of Arts and Science.

A unique and exciting training opportunity, rethink research consists of numerous hands-on, immersive workshops aimed at providing participants with practical, usable knowledge and skills in the social science research methods.

May 6–17
Social Sciences Research Laboratories (SSRL)
Room 260 Arts Building, 9 Campus Dr.

Registration is open to all University of Saskatchewan faculty, students and staff, and employees of government, non-governmental organizations and community-based organizations.

Details and registration: ssrl.usask.ca/events

 

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