The Breakfast Conversations on Community-Engaged Scholarship are back. Join GW’s community-engaged faculty for a light breakfast and stimulating conversations on a variety of topics related to community-engaged teaching, research, and creative activity.
These events are held in the Gelman Library first floor, in the National Churchill Library and Center.
Thursday, March 29, 9:45-10:45am
Public Dissemination of Student Scholarship: Opportunities and Examples
Conversation facilitated by:
- Dr. Michelle Kelso, Human Services and Social Justice
- Dr. Dana Hines, School of Nursing
- Dr. Phyllis Ryder, Director University Writing Center
One of the standards of Community-Engaged Scholarship courses is that the public benefits from students' scholarly work. This month's conversation features a variety of approaches used by GW faculty to disseminate student scholarship to the public. These include online platforms for sharing collected data, live-streaming webinar presentations, advocacy letter-writing, as well as traditional reports and symposium presentations. How might your students' work provide greater community benefit if shared to broader audiences?
A light breakfast is provided. Please RSVP via this link
Coming up next month:
Thursday, April 19, 9:45-10:45am
When Students’ Experiences in the Community Lead to Politics in the Classroom