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The conference will host two faculty-led lunchtime discussion panels on career development. The panelists will offer a short presentation and reserve time for a Q&A session. This is a tremendous opportunity to network with Harvard University professors and other conference participants.
This page lists courses on qualitative methods at Harvard and other local universities. The courses are not offered every semester, so check course catalogs for availability. We invite you to contact instructors to determine if they accept students from outside their department or school. Also, please contact your Director of Graduate Studies to determine if you can receive Harvard credit for non-Harvard courses.
U = Primarily for undergraduates G = Primarily for graduate students
The Harvard-MIT Data Center offers a collection of books for qualitative analysis. The purpose of the library is to have texts available for people to use while working in the labs. The books are not meant to circulate outside the building and not to be kept overnight. The books are located at the Concourse Computer Lab in room K026 of the CGIS Knafel Building. Read more about HMDC Qualitative Methods Book Collection
This page lists faculty who have expertise or interests in developing qualitative methods resources. If you are a faculty member with interests in qualitative methods, please email the web administrator so that we may add you to the list.