Addressing Inequity in Community-Engaged Research | April 19

The Center for Social and Behavioral Science, College of Education, and Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute invite community-engaged researchers to the final event in the Spring 2024 Community-Engaged Research Series, Addressing Inequity in Community-Engaged Research, on April 19, 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 was originally scheduled as part of the the Fall series. The Community-Engaged Research Series aims 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.