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Equitable Virtual and Hybrid Researcher-Community Partnerships
Thursday, September 22, 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm EDT
Building on equitable partnership principles to advance social change for the public good, this session will explore how scholars maintained and created community partnerships during the pandemic. Panelists will share best practices and reflect on how to build trust virtually while recognizing power differences, leverage online tools to create community-identified priorities, and embrace hybrid approaches towards collective impact.
This event is part of a series, ”Diversity Public Scholarship in our Evolving Digital World,” planned and sponsored by the National Center for Institutional Diversity, the Rackham Program on Public Scholarship, and the Office of the Vice President for Research at the University of Michigan.
The pandemic has been a catalyst for scholars to re-envision their work and social impact in a digital world. To support current and future public scholars, this online series will provide strategies for how to engage different publics in creating, disseminating, and applying scholarship for social change, leveraging digital platforms and tools such as digital archives, podcasts, and social media. Join us and engage with a multi- generational and multi- disciplinary scholarly community committed to advancing and disseminating scholarship to inform and influence social issues.
Registration is required at https://myumi.ch/3kyqQ.
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