Addressing Inequity in Community-Engaged Research | Oct. 3

The Center for Social and Behavioral Science, College of Education, and Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute invite community-engaged researchers to the second event in the Community-Engaged Research Series, Addressing Inequity in Community-Engaged Research, on Oct. 3, noon – 1:30 p.m. via Zoom.

Join Ross Wantland, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and Karen Simms, Trauma & Resilience Initiative, to explore how inequalities and inequity can emerge in community-engaged research and our responsibility as researchers to address it. Participants in this interactive workshop will walk away with strategies to incorporate principles of equity-minded practices in their work.

This event follows the Networking Lunch for Community-Engaged Researchers on Sept. 6 as the second in a series of events aimed to build and enhance the experience of community-engaged researchers across campus and provide them with the skills and resources needed to impact research in this space.

You may also register now for the next event in the series on Nov. 9 at 12:30 p.m., Community-Engaged Research Funding with PCORI.