Nashman Conversations on Community-Engaged Scholarship

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Community-Based Participatory Research


September 13th, 9:30-10:45am

Gelman Library, first floor

Facilitated by Dr. Uriyoan Colon-Ramos, Department of Global Health

A light breakfast will be provided. Link here to RSVP

The first host for our Conversations on Community-Engaged Scholarship Series will be Dr. Uriyoan Colon-Ramos, from GW's department of Global Health, facilitating a conversation about Community-Based Participatory Research. Dr. Colon-Ramos, recipient of the 2017 Nashman Award for Engaged Research, will frame the conversation by presenting the tenets of community-based participatory research, using examples from her own research and community-based work. Participants will be invited to discuss how the principles and values of CBPR intersect uniquely with their own work and discipline.

Conversations on Community-Engaged Scholarship invite GW faculty to join their colleagues for discussions that cross disciplines and connect our work to priorities and needs in our communities.

Email Wendy Wagner for more information.

Upcoming Topics in the Conversation Series (link here for more information)

October 11th, 9:30-10:45am

Recognizing, Evaluating and Rewarding Engaged Scholarship

Facilitated by Dr. Greg Squires, Dept of Sociology

November 8th, 9:30-10:45am

Conversation: Public Dissemination of Students’ Community-Engaged Scholarship

Facilitated by Dr. Phyllis Ryder, University Writing Program and Dr. Christopher Klemek, Dept of History