IQMR 2022 will run from June 13-24
How to participate
There are three separate open pool competitions to participate in IQMR 2022: the general open pool; applications from researchers at African scholarly institutions; and applications from scholars based in the Arab MENA region. You can find links to the three application forms in the table below.
Scholars admitted through the general track will have their participation at IQMR covered, as well as meals, and shared-accommodation for the duration of the program. General track attendees will be responsible for their own transportation costs to and from Syracuse University. Scholars admitted through the African and MENA tracks will have participation at IQMR covered, meals, and shared-accommodation for the duration of the program, as well as roundtrip economy-class airfare.
Application through the open pool is distinct from nomination by a CQRM member organization. Member departments and schools in the 2021-2022 academic year will have spaces reserved at the institute. Members will choose their nominees using their own selection procedures and should send names and contact information to Colin Elman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students, fellows and junior faculty who are not sure if they will be selected, or who attend non-member organizations, should apply directly to CQRM through one of the open pool tracks.
Application deadline: 11/17/21
Number of slots: 15
Travel bursary: No
Part, room and board: Yes
The Ethnography module at #IQMR2021 has me 🤯 over and over again. I feel like even the questions I didn't know I wanted to ask have been answered, and the description/reflexivity/analysis chart is going straight in my toolbelt. Thank You!" via Twitter.
Piper Biery @Piper_Biery
The Ethnography module at #IQMR2021 has me 🤯 over and over again. I feel like even the questions I didn't know I wanted to ask have been answered, and the description/reflexivity/analysis chart is going straight in my toolbelt. Thank You!— Piper Biery (@piper_biery) June 17, 2021
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