Students in UH West Oʻahu’s Research Methods in the Public Sector 310 course (Public Administration) are participating in a student-led Research Methods Symposium, an on-campus symposium to showcase student knowledge in the art of research methodology, scientific reasoning, and skillful presentations. The symposium is on Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room (C208).
Dr. Camonia Graham-Tutt is training student researchers on varying aspects of research methodology and the basic tenants of giving research presentations utilizing individual research projects that were conceptualized and designed in the course. The symposium’s primary aim is to provide an opportunity for practice-based education on public sector research topics, research methods, and ultimately increase the number of UH West Oʻahu students with research skills while increasing diversity in the field of research.
PUBA 310 is an upper level elective course at UHWO designed to enhance student research skills and diversify the health care workforce.