Two places available on free mixed methods workshop

NCRM news
Ed Grover

Postgraduate and early-career researchers are invited to attend a free workshop on mixed methods research.

The event takes place in Southampton on 26-27 September 2022 and includes meals plus one night’s accommodation. Two places are available.

The programme includes keynote presentations, a panel discussion and opportunities to work with international researchers.

The workshop is being organised by YouthLife, a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme, in collaboration with NCRM.

It takes place at the Dolphin Hotel in Southampton.

Programme details

The keynote talks will be given by Dr Anthony Onwuegbuzie of the University of Cambridge and Professor Laura Camfield from the University of East Anglia.

There will be a panel discussion with experts from the University of Southampton: Professor Felicity Bishop, Dr James Hall, Dr Rose Lindsey and Professor Athina Vlachantoni.

The event is free to attend, but expenses such as travel or any additional accommodation would need to be met by the participant.

How to apply

To apply, email Ann Berrington:

The deadline to apply is 17:00 on Wednesday, 7 September 2022. The YouthLife team will inform applicants if they have been successful by Monday, 12 September.

Application details

In their email, applicants must provide the following details:

  • full name
  • email address
  • current job title or role
  • department, school, faculty or institution, discipline
  • year your PhD was awarded or PhD year (if currently doing a PhD)
  • title of your PhD
  • department, school, faculty or institution your PhD was based in
  • whether your PhD was ESRC funded

Applications must also include:

  • Details of your current mixed method research (200 words). As part of the workshop, you will be expected to share these details with other participants.
  • An explanation of how the YouthLife workshop will be of value in your research in the social sciences (200 words).
  • Whether you will require overnight accommodation on 26 September.