ARE YOU A POTENTIAL OR CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENT (MASTERS OR PHD) INTERESTED IN RESEARCH WITH LGBTQ+ YOUTH?
The International Student Training Network (ISTN) is a program of the International Partnership for Queer Youth Resilience (INQYR), a research partnership between universities and community organizations across Canada, the US, the UK, and Mexico.
The ISTN is designed to train the next generation of scholars to conduct research with Gender and Sexual Minority Youth (GSMY), with a particular focus on strengthening resilience through utilization of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in a global context.
Each trainee cohort will engage in a series of participatory online webinars (4 per year), led by INQYR team members.
Trainees will develop skills in five core areas:
- Research with GSMY
- ICT research methodologies
- Mixed method data management and analyses
- Interdisciplinary research
- Knowledge mobilization
Trainees will gain valuable research experience and grow their research network internationally.
Trainees will also work directly in the Regional Networks, support research conducted by the INQYR team, and garner the opportunity to co-present and publish research findings.
A Completion Certificate will be issued to all trainees who complete every requisite training session.
Financial stipends are available for students.
To apply to join the next ISTN cohort, please click "Apply Here".
To see a list of participating universities, please click "Universities List" the button below.
If you have any further questions, please contact Andrew Eaton, INQYR Project Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.