Free ticketed event
The purpose of this workshop is to engage participants in conversations and practice sessions on operationalizing and implementing the work proposed in large-scale mixed methods research studies. Grant proposals typically involve more than one person and many early career professionals are expected to manage complex projects with little or no academic project management experience. This workshop will outline considerations for managing a successful project, provide examples from real projects, and have participants work through project management steps on a project they may want to propose.
Dr. Cheryl Carrico P.E.
• Dr. Carrico has over 15 years of program management experience and extensive research methods experience. Dr. Carrico has experience designing and leading engineering based workshops. Her work as a program manager, with large-scale team-based longitudinal research studies, and as a workshop leader enables her to successfully lead the proposed workshop.
Dr. Samantha Ruth Brunhaver
• Dr. Brunhaver has expertise in quantitative and mixed methods research and particularly with large-scale team-based longitudinal studies. Dr. Brunhaver has experience in writing successful research proposals.
• Rohini is a graduate student working with Dr. Samantha Brunhaver and is developing expertise in a variety of research methods. Rohini has experience with the PEPS mixed methods project as a qualitative researcher.