Early Career Perspectives: Ethical Research Engagement and Community-Building
Please join us for this interactive panel discussion featuring early career CBR scholars from three different disciplines and departments at Stanford: education, environment, and public health. We are delighted to welcome the following three panelists who will share about their direct experiences working with community partners on a variety of community-engaged projects.
- Natalie Herbert is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Behavioral Science in the Department of Earth Systems Science and at the Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University.
- Kemi Oyewole is a Doctoral Candidate in Educational Policy and Organization Studies at the Stanford Graduate School of Education.
- Maja Pedersen is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Stanford Prevention Research Center.
The panelists will address the following topics during the event, in addition to questions from the audience:
- What does it mean to engage ethically and productively with community partner organizations?
- How can scholars build community (locally or even globally) through multi-year research projects?
- How do you market yourself as a community-engaged scholar or practitioner when going on the job market?
This event is part of the Haas Center's 2021-22 Research as Praxis workshop series. The series is open to all but designed specifically with Stanford graduate students in mind who are interested in learning more about and developing their skills around community-engaged scholarship and community-based research. Invited speakers and panelists include scholars, leaders and practitioners across disciplinary fields.
Full event information: https://haas.stanford.edu/event/series/2021-22-research-praxis-workshop-series
Location: Online/In person