MAXQDA Professional Trainer:
Josué Meléndez Rodríguez
|Location||Berkeley, California, USA|
|Radius||San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA|
qualitative methods, research design, literature reviews (e.g., scoping and systematic reviews)
Project design, Data collection, Coding (development and application), and Analysis for academic research and Literature review.
At the University of California, Berkeley, Josué arranges and teaches several workshops on qualitative research generally and MAXQDA specifically. He also provides consultations for UC Berkeley faculty, students, and staff focused on selection and implementation of methodology, development and application of coding scheme, and use of software. His own research focuses on the intersection of social welfare and higher education, exploring the (1) promotion of well-being among underrepresented minority students in higher education and (2) use of education as a tool for the promotion of social well-being beyond academic settings. Josué has two master's degrees from Michigan State University, an MA in postsecondary education and an MSW in macro practice, as well as an undergraduate degree in social work from Loyola University Chicago. He has over ten years of direct-service, administrative, and teaching experience in education, community, and healthcare institutions in both the public and nonprofit sectors.