The 21st Century Engaged Public Research University. November 12, 2015
The 21st Century Engaged Public Research University:
What does this look like here?
Thursday, November 12, 2015, at 4:00pm
Crosby Seminar Room, 2nd Floor East Side, 240 Northrop
Free and open to the public
One answer, of course, is that it depends on whom you ask. In connection with the University Strategic Plan’s call for community-engaged scholarship, join in a conversation about it from the lens of multiple disciplines. Speakers will offer a mix of key concepts and examples in a lively presentation to launch a discussion of critical questions and practical issues.
Michele Allen, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Thomas Fisher, Professor of Architecture, College of Design
Andrew Furco, Associate Vice President for Public Engagement
Craig Hassel, Associate Professor of Food Science and Nutrition
Catherine Jordan, Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Lauren Martin, Director of Research, Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center
Kevin Murphy, Department Chair in American Studies
Kari Smalkoski, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
Moderated by Julie Plaut, Minnesota Campus Compact
Cosponsored by MN Campus Compact and the Office for Public Engagement.
Hassel, Jordan, and Fisher have been interviewed by the Bat of Minerva. See also: The 21st Century Engaged Public Research University: A Call to Action.
Photo credit: Thomas Fisher
Tagged Andrew Furco, Campus Compact, Catherine Jordan, Community Health, Craig Hassel, Julie Plaut, Kari Smalkoski, Kevin Murphy, Lauren Martin, Office for Public Engagement, scholarship, Social Justice, Thomas Fisher