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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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