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Sharing Research Findings: Considerations for a Community-Engaged Approach

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Please  join us for an interactive lecture by Dr. Eujin Park, IDEAL Provostial Fellows for Studies in Race and Ethnicity at Stanford University. Dr. Park draws upon Critical Race Theory, Asian American Studies and community-engaged methodologies to examine how Asian American youth and families negotiate with race in and through educational institutions. In this workshop, Dr. Park will share about her experience conducting community research in Chicago, IL and best practices for disseminating research findings stemming from that work. 

Some of the questions that will guide this workshop include:

  • What are ethical or sensitive considerations for disserminating findings from community-engaged research?
  • How do you decide what is shared with who?

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.

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