Research & Evaluation

Introducing The National Indigenous Women's Resource Center (NIWRC)'s Research Priorities!

These were developed using a survey distributed within our communication platforms. In identifying codes and themes from the survey data, the following six priorities were thus developed. Priorities for FY24 and the movement continue to shift, change, and evolve. NIWRC will continue its efforts to uplift and provide the community with an uplifting community voice.

  

Introducing The National Indigenous Women's Resource Center (NIWRC)'s Research Priorities!

These were developed using a survey distributed within our communication platforms. In identifying codes and themes from the survey data, the following six priorities were thus developed. Priorities for FY24 and the movement continue to shift, change, and evolve. NIWRC will continue its efforts to uplift and provide the community with an uplifting community voice.

 

Now Accepting Research Fellowship Applications for the Fall 2024 (August - December) Semester

The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC) is now accepting applications from university graduate students looking for research or evaluation projects, such as but not limited to capstone projects, directed readings, or internship opportunities for the Fall 2024 (August - December) semester. The selected fellow will have the opportunity to engage and put into practice:

  • Qualitative research or evaluation practices.
  • Enhance knowledge in decolonizing and/or Indigenous methodologies. 
  • Applicants' research or evaluation interest of exploration must be within NIWRC’s work on the spectrums of violence, trauma, prevention, and/or to end violence against American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian women, girls, and LGBTQ2S+ relatives.

Please see NIWRC's Research Priorities.

The student will have the opportunity to work with and be mentored by NIWRC’s Research Associate, Kendra Root (Muscogee Nation Citizen), to meet the needs of
individual interest, academic classwork requirements, final written project for publication, and resource development for NIWRC. The Research & Evaluation Fellowship Program commits to coordinating with any academic institution to meet the fellow's academic requirements and/or expected coursework for the semester.

No payment is associated with this program, as students will meet academic coursework requirements.

Applications are due June 28, 2024!

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