Training Program

Workshop on Research Software Atlas.ti (Version:7)

East West University Center for Research and Training (CRT), in partnership with UGC/ World Bank HEQEP, organized 3 days workshop on a qualitative data analysis and research software: Atlas.ti (Version:7) on 15-16, 22 July,2016 for faculty members of EWU. The workshop was conducted by Mr. Md. Ali Imam, Research Investigator and Gorkey Gourab, Senior Program Manager, at International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b). Both of them have expertise on various type of statistical and qualitative data analysis software.

Training program on Research Software (i) NVivo and (ii) EndNote:

East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT), in partnership with UGC/ World Bank sub-project: Knowledge Transfer and Capacity Development of Academic Staff, organized the following Training-Workshops on Research Software (i) NVivo and (ii) EndNote on October 29 and November 5, 2016 respectively in order to develop the research skills of the young faculty members of the university. The workshops were conducted by Mr. Gorkey Gourab, Senior Programme Manager, at International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b).

Training program on Qualitative Research:

East West University Center for Research and Training (CRT), in partnership with UGC/ World Bank HEQEP, organized 8-day long training program on Qualitative Research in January 2016, beginning on 8 January 2016 and finishing on 30 January 2016, for faculty members of EWU. The course was conducted by Professor Nurul Alam as resource person. Professor Alam has over three decades of teaching and research experience in economics, anthropology and development studies.

Training program on Capacity Building for Higher Degree Research (M. Phil, PhD) and PhD Scholarship Placement Assistance

Center for Research and Training (CRT), jointly with UGC/ World Bank HEQEP, organized a training program on Capacity Building for Higher Degree Research (M. Phil, PhD) and PhD Scholarship Placement Assistance on March 24 and 25, 2016, respectively for faculty members of EWU. The training was conducted by Dr. Sardana Islam Khan, Deputy Executive Director, East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT) and Associate Professor, Department of Business Administration, East West University and Dr Shafiqur Rahman, Vice-President, Australian Academy of Business Leadership (AABL) as resource persons.

Workshop on ‘Mainstreaming Gender in International and National Climate Change Policy and Program’

East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT), in collaboration with UGC/World Bank funded sub-project: Knowledge Transfer and Capacity Development of Academic Staff, organized a half-day workshop on ‘Mainstreaming Gender in International and National Climate Change Policy and Program’ on March 28, 2016. This workshop focused on in-depth analysis of gender-climate interrelation that can better inform climate policy in Bangladesh as well as internationally with a focus to bring together researchers, policy makers and practitioners to share their experiences on linking gender and climate change in policies. Building on unique experiences, the workshop aimed to deconstruct popular assumptions about women’s vulnerability in relation to men’s by discussing how socio-economic factors determine men and women’s vulnerability to climate change.

Training on ‘Multivariate Analysis’

To foster better understanding and enabling proper utilization in research, East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT) organized a 7-day training workshop on, Multivariate Analysis, for the faculty members of East West University from May 08 to May 30, 2015. The training was funded by a grant from the University Grants Commission/ World Bank, CP: 3296 (knowledge Transfer and Capacity Development of Academic Staff) and East West University. A total number of 21 Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Senior Lecturers and Lecturers from different departments took hands-on training from the program. The Course covered the following topics: (i) Multiple Regression, (ii) Logistic Regression, (iii) Proportional Hazard Model, (iv) Factor Analysis and (v) Principal Components. The lectures not only covered theoretical dimension of these measurements but also its application in research.

Workshop on Academic Writing, Publication and Research Methods:

East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT) in collaboration with Center for Development through Open Learning, Publishing and Communication (CEDOLPC), organized a 2-day Workshop on “Academic Writing, Publication and Research Methods” for university teachers and researchers on 11-12 September, 2015. The workshop program designed to develop writing style, standards and practices of young and less experienced faculty members, researchers and authors who are interested in academic research and publication. A series of interactive lectures was provided to participants through theoretical knowledge and hands-on training for carrying out empirical research.

+ 2016
Workshop on Research Software Atlas.ti (Version:7)

East West University Center for Research and Training (CRT), in partnership with UGC/ World Bank HEQEP, organized 3 days workshop on a qualitative data analysis and research software: Atlas.ti (Version:7) on 15-16, 22 July,2016 for faculty members of EWU. The workshop was conducted by Mr. Md. Ali Imam, Research Investigator and Gorkey Gourab, Senior Program Manager, at International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b). Both of them have expertise on various type of statistical and qualitative data analysis software.

Training program on Research Software (i) NVivo and (ii) EndNote:

East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT), in partnership with UGC/ World Bank sub-project: Knowledge Transfer and Capacity Development of Academic Staff, organized the following Training-Workshops on Research Software (i) NVivo and (ii) EndNote on October 29 and November 5, 2016 respectively in order to develop the research skills of the young faculty members of the university. The workshops were conducted by Mr. Gorkey Gourab, Senior Programme Manager, at International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b).

Training program on Qualitative Research:

East West University Center for Research and Training (CRT), in partnership with UGC/ World Bank HEQEP, organized 8-day long training program on Qualitative Research in January 2016, beginning on 8 January 2016 and finishing on 30 January 2016, for faculty members of EWU. The course was conducted by Professor Nurul Alam as resource person. Professor Alam has over three decades of teaching and research experience in economics, anthropology and development studies.

Training program on Capacity Building for Higher Degree Research (M. Phil, PhD) and PhD Scholarship Placement Assistance

Center for Research and Training (CRT), jointly with UGC/ World Bank HEQEP, organized a training program on Capacity Building for Higher Degree Research (M. Phil, PhD) and PhD Scholarship Placement Assistance on March 24 and 25, 2016, respectively for faculty members of EWU. The training was conducted by Dr. Sardana Islam Khan, Deputy Executive Director, East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT) and Associate Professor, Department of Business Administration, East West University and Dr Shafiqur Rahman, Vice-President, Australian Academy of Business Leadership (AABL) as resource persons.

Workshop on ‘Mainstreaming Gender in International and National Climate Change Policy and Program’

East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT), in collaboration with UGC/World Bank funded sub-project: Knowledge Transfer and Capacity Development of Academic Staff, organized a half-day workshop on ‘Mainstreaming Gender in International and National Climate Change Policy and Program’ on March 28, 2016. This workshop focused on in-depth analysis of gender-climate interrelation that can better inform climate policy in Bangladesh as well as internationally with a focus to bring together researchers, policy makers and practitioners to share their experiences on linking gender and climate change in policies. Building on unique experiences, the workshop aimed to deconstruct popular assumptions about women’s vulnerability in relation to men’s by discussing how socio-economic factors determine men and women’s vulnerability to climate change.

+ 2015
Training on ‘Multivariate Analysis’

To foster better understanding and enabling proper utilization in research, East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT) organized a 7-day training workshop on, Multivariate Analysis, for the faculty members of East West University from May 08 to May 30, 2015. The training was funded by a grant from the University Grants Commission/ World Bank, CP: 3296 (knowledge Transfer and Capacity Development of Academic Staff) and East West University. A total number of 21 Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Senior Lecturers and Lecturers from different departments took hands-on training from the program. The Course covered the following topics: (i) Multiple Regression, (ii) Logistic Regression, (iii) Proportional Hazard Model, (iv) Factor Analysis and (v) Principal Components. The lectures not only covered theoretical dimension of these measurements but also its application in research.

Workshop on Academic Writing, Publication and Research Methods:

East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT) in collaboration with Center for Development through Open Learning, Publishing and Communication (CEDOLPC), organized a 2-day Workshop on “Academic Writing, Publication and Research Methods” for university teachers and researchers on 11-12 September, 2015. The workshop program designed to develop writing style, standards and practices of young and less experienced faculty members, researchers and authors who are interested in academic research and publication. A series of interactive lectures was provided to participants through theoretical knowledge and hands-on training for carrying out empirical research.

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