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CELT-CPS Brown Bag: Lessons Learned from 20+ Years of Community-Engaged Research

Uptown Campus
Howard Tilton Memorial Library
602

Presenter: Stacy Overstreet, Professor in the Department of Psychology

Dr. Overstreet shares lessons learned from her long-term experience with community-engaged research. She will discuss the process and potential challenges one might encounter: for example, how to build trust and collaborative relationships with the community one works in? What are pitfalls of CER? How does CER tie into one’s career?  This conversation is geared towards both faculty who are conducting CER and faculty considering integrating CER projects in their research agenda.

The event is co-sponsored by the Center for Engaged Learning & Teaching and the Center for Public Service.

Location: Howard-Tilton Memorial Library (HTML 602)  

12:00-1:15 | RSVP Required | Lunch is provided.

Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching (CELT)

Please RSVP via the web at https://airtable.com/shrBETSqgcEMw6Xxo or