Thriving as a Community-Engaged Scholar: How to Make Grants Work for You and Your Partners
Thriving as a Community-Engaged Scholar at R1 Institutions: How to Make Grants Work for You and Your Partners
Please help us welcome Dr. Emily Ozer, Professor of Community Health Sciences at UC Berkeley. Professor Ozer's research as a clinical/community psychologist in public health focuses on promoting the healthy development and empowerment of adolescents, bridging participatory research approaches and prevention science in school-based interventions.
In this workshop, Dr. Ozer will share about her experience conducting community-engaged research in the context of R1 institutions and offer advice on the funding and grant writing side of her work as a scholar.
Some of the questions that will guide this workshop:
- How do you get funded as a community-engaged scholar?
- How can you engage community partners in the funding process?
- How do you thrive as a community-engaged scholar at an R1 institution?
- What institutional changes are currently underway to better reward or recognize community-engaged scholarship in academia? What changes are scholars still advocating for?
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 include scholars, leaders and practitioners across disciplinary fields.