Are you interested in involving community in your research process but uncertain where to start? Do you already involve members of the public in your research process and would you like to connect with like-minded people around your experience?
Join us on Saturday, April 7th from 9am-1pm for “Going Public: Connecting Research & Community” where we’ll explore engaging community in the research process through public scholarship, citizen science, community-engaged research, and participatory research. This interdisciplinary event offers an opportunity to expand your skills through several workshop offerings, to hear from researchers and community participants on their experiences through our “Research & Community Connections” panel presentation, and to see the different shapes this research can take through our graduate student poster display. For full details about our event including the schedule, please see the “Going Public: Connecting Research & Community” website.
This event is free and open to all: faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students, and community members from outside the university. To ensure your space in our event, please register in advance. Registration will remain open until filled.