Dr. Dennis C. Wendt was co-awarded the 2021 Distinguished Early Career Contributions in Qualitative Inquiry Award from the American Psychological Association's Division of Quantitative and Qualitative Methods (Division 5). It was noted by the Division that: "Since earning his PhD in 2015, Dennis Wendt has been incredibly prolific and has made substantive contributions to qualitative inquiry in psychology."
Wendt has published 27 peer-reviewed articles, which have advanced Indigenous issues through collaborative, community-based research, underscoring 'the essential role of qualitative inquiry... and methodological and epistemological pluralism.' In 2016, he won the Division 5 Distinguished Dissertation in Qualitative Inquiry Award.
As an Assistant Professor at McGill University, he has chaired numerous students’ capstone projects, theses, and dissertations that were based on qualitative and/or mixed methods research. Through his scholarship, service, and mentoring, Dennis has demonstrated a commitment to advancing qualitative inquiry, and in so doing, has paved the way for future generations.
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