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Ethical, Anti-Racist, and Decolonial Approaches to Engaged Scholarship

Examine the unique ethical challenges found within engaged scholarship, including colonizing approaches to working in and with communities, and discuss equitable and anti-racist approaches for collaboration. 

Panel Moderator: Dr. Clyde Pickett, vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion

Panelists:

  • Dr. Dara Mendez, assistant professor of epidemiology, Graduate School of Public Health
  • Dr. Leigh Patel, professor of education foundations, organizations, and society; faculty fellow, Center for Urban Education; national board member, Education for Liberation
  • Dr. Khirsten Scott, assistant professor of English, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
  • Jada Shirriel, MS, CLC, chief executive officer, Healthy Start

Workshop Leaders:

  • Mario Browne, MPH, CHES, CDP, director, health sciences diversity, equity and inclusion, Office of Health Sciences Diversity
  • Lora Ann Bray, manager, Center for Health Equity
  • Victoria Garner, public relations and fundraising coordinator, Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise (PACE)

This lively panel discussion and interactive experience is presented by the Year of Engagement's Engaged Scholarship Development Initiative (ESDI) and the Center for Health Equity Community Research Advisory Board. Registering for the workshop also grants you access to the ESDI Canvas site, where additional resources, readings, activities, and recordings from prior workshops can be viewed and downloaded. 

Monday, January 25 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Virtual Event

Ethical, Anti-Racist, and Decolonial Approaches to Engaged Scholarship

Examine the unique ethical challenges found within engaged scholarship, including colonizing approaches to working in and with communities, and discuss equitable and anti-racist approaches for collaboration. 

Panel Moderator: Dr. Clyde Pickett, vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion

Panelists:

  • Dr. Dara Mendez, assistant professor of epidemiology, Graduate School of Public Health
  • Dr. Leigh Patel, professor of education foundations, organizations, and society; faculty fellow, Center for Urban Education; national board member, Education for Liberation
  • Dr. Khirsten Scott, assistant professor of English, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
  • Jada Shirriel, MS, CLC, chief executive officer, Healthy Start

Workshop Leaders:

  • Mario Browne, MPH, CHES, CDP, director, health sciences diversity, equity and inclusion, Office of Health Sciences Diversity
  • Lora Ann Bray, manager, Center for Health Equity
  • Victoria Garner, public relations and fundraising coordinator, Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise (PACE)

This lively panel discussion and interactive experience is presented by the Year of Engagement's Engaged Scholarship Development Initiative (ESDI) and the Center for Health Equity Community Research Advisory Board. Registering for the workshop also grants you access to the ESDI Canvas site, where additional resources, readings, activities, and recordings from prior workshops can be viewed and downloaded. 

Monday, January 25 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Virtual Event

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