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Research in Progress - Community Engaged Scholarship: ENGAGING YOUNG SCHOLARS IN CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: THE DORIS DUKE CONSERVATION SCHOLARS PROGRAM - Dr. Martha Groom and Dr. Carrie Tzou
Research in Progress - Community Engaged Scholarship: ENGAGING YOUNG SCHOLARS IN CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: THE DORIS DUKE CONSERVATION SCHOLARS PROGRAM - Dr. Martha Groom and Dr. Carrie Tzou
WhenTuesday, Nov. 22, 2016, 4 – 5 p.m.
Description

Abstract coming soon!
Dr. Groom and Dr. Tzou will be joined by Megan Bang, Associate Professor, UW Seattle - College of Education and Kirsten Rowell, Former Director of Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program, UW Seattle -College of the Environment. 

The Fall 2016 Research in Progress series, "Community Engaged Scholarship," will feature UW Bothell investigators engaged in mutually beneficial community partnerships. The seminars are open to all interested faculty, students and staff as well as alumni and community partners. The aim of this series is to foster interdisciplinary communication/collaboration and increase awareness of work currently being done by UWB faculty.

The Fall series will be co-curated by Claire Fraczek, Director, Integrated Studies and Kara Adams, Interim Director, Community-Based Learning and Research.

Campus locationUW Bothell LB1
Campus roomLB1-205
Event sponsors
  • Office of Research
  • Office of Integrated Learning
  • Office of Community-Based Learning and Research
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Event typesLectures/Seminars, Not Specified
Linkwww.bothell.washington.edu…
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