Past Events and Webinars:

April 8, 2022

Seeking and Securing Funding as a Qualitative Researcher (Part-Three of the Qualitative Research Methods Series [co-sponsored with AREI and the Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Methods Program])

Speakers: 

Session 1 (Securing External Funds: KSU Faculty Spotlight): Dr. Denice Sheehan (Nursing), Dr. Greg Smith (Human Development and Family Studies), and Rebecca Catto (Sociology)
Session 2 (Writing Fundable Qualitative Aims): Dr. Dan Dohan (Institute for Health Policy Studies at the University of California San Francisco)
Session 3: Networking and lunch

View the presentations and slides below:

Greg Smith's Presentation and PowerPoint

Rebecca Catto's Presentation and PowerPoint

Denice Sheehan's Presentation and PowerPoint

Dan Dohan's Presentation and PowerPoint


February 10, 2022

Planning for Analysis and Publication for Qualitative and Creative Research: After the Interview (Part-Two of the Qualitative Research Methods Series [co-sponsored with AREI and the Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Methods Program])

Speakers: Professors Charles Vanover and Paul Mihas


September 30th, 2021

Innovations in Qualitative Research Methods (Part-One of the Qualitative Research Methods Series [co-sponsored with AREI and the Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Methods Program])

Speakers: Drs. Jo Dowell (Assistant Professor of Nursing), Chris Dum (Associate Professor of Sociology), Christa Porter (Assistant Professor of Higher Education Administration), Ashley Nickels (Associate Professor of Political Science and Peace and Conflict Studies), and Landon Hancock (Professor of Political Science and Peace and Conflict Studies)


March 11, 2021

The Initial Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, and Bodyweight across a University Campus (co-sponsored with the Brain Health Research Institute)

Speaker: Jacob Barkley, PhD, Professor of Exercise Science, School of Health Sciences, Kent State University


February 11, 2021

Initial and Sustained Psychological Distress during the Covid-19 Pandemic (co-sponsored with the Brain Health Research Institute)

Speaker: Joel Hughes, PhD, Professor of Psychological Sciences, Kent State University

 


October 22, 2020

The Science of Mindfulness and Meditation: An Invitation to the Practice (co-sponsored with the Brain Health Research Institute)

Speakers: Mary Ann Raghanti, PhD, Chair and Professor of Anthropology & Melissa Celko, Kent State of Wellness Director

 


September 10, 2020

Mentoring our Students (and Ourselves) in a Global Crisis – A Mental Bandwidth Perspective (co-sponsored with the Brain Health Research Institute)

Speaker: Tina Bhargava, DrPH, Associate Professor in the College of Public Health, Kent State University


March 4, 2020

Black Moms Matter: Taking Action for Reproductive Justice in an Unjust System (co-sponsored with the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, the Student Multicultural Center, and the College of Public Health)

Keynote Speaker: Ohio House Representative Stephanie House


January 28, 2020

Publishing Challenges and Strategies to Overcome Them (co-sponsored with the College of Public Health)

Speaker: Jan Yoder, Research Professor in the College of Public Health, Kent State University 


November 1, 2019

Research Exchange

HCRI Faculty presented their work at the exchange (3 slides in 3 minutes) to foster social networking, collaboration, and fundable grant applications. The event generated groups that are currently working together on external funding opportunities.