Spring 2019 Phoenix Scholar: The Meaning of Qualitative Research

Spring 2019 Phoenix Scholar: The Meaning of Qualitative Research

The Spring 2019 Phoenix Scholar is the 6th quarterly offering since its 2017 inception. In this special edition, members of the Research Hub community, University of Phoenix stakeholders, staff, faculty, and doctoral chairs present a close look at the purpose and value of qualitative research. Join Ryan Rominger, Ph.D. associate university research chair, Center for Leadership Studies and Educational Research, as he guides readers along the qualitative path and introduces several key stories including an up close and personal three-way interview featuring Johnny Saldaña, one of the foremost qualitative methodologists of our time and the poignant questions about his background and contributions from Rodney Luster, VP research and innovation, and Erik Bean, Ed.D, UOPX doctoral alum and CLSER chair. Discover the many noteworthy contributions UOPX made at the recent 2019 Qualitative Report Conference (TQR). Sample a team of three different researchers whose ideas led to proposed qualitative design changes using prominence. Heed the call to participate in the 2019 Knowledge Without Boundaries Virtual Summit. Brush up on tips that can lead to publication before, during, and after completion of the doctorate. The 32 page PDF features dozens of hyperlinks to behind the scenes stories, biographies, and a robust calendar of events. The Spring 2019 edition is available at https://research.phoenix.edu/content/phoenix-scholar

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