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Conversations on Community Engaged Scholarship: The "Why" of Our Work

Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 from 3:30pm to 4:45pm (ET)

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Community Engaged Scholarship is increasingly transdisciplinary work, resulting in more diverse working teams in terms of approach, epistemology, and aims. The creators of the Community Engaged Faculty Typology (Morrison & Wagner, 2017) will present their research as a framework to reflect on our core values as engaged scholars to develop greater awareness of ourselves and understanding of others, improving our effectiveness in these collaborations. 

CausesArts & Culture Civic Engagement Community Economic Development Education Food Insecurity, Hunger General Service Non-Profit Business Services Nutrition Older Adults Professional Development Research STEM Social Justice

Location: Gelman Library, Room 101, Churchill Library and Center, Washington, DC 20052