Research that Makes a Difference: Partnerships, Community Connections and Engage

Wednesday, November 30, 2022 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm

Memorial Union Building


When: Wednesday, Nov. 30th, 5-6:30 PM, followed by dinner at Holloway Commons

Where: MUB 336 [in-person] and online via Zoom

Cosponsored by: UNH Graduate School, UNH Extension, NH Sea Grant

Want to hear from UNH community members who have experience with partnerships among university researchers, community groups and bridge organizations such as Extension and public agencies? Want to learn what is meant by engaged scholarship, co-production of knowledge or public impact research? Come join a panel with expertise in community engagement, Sea Grant and Cooperative Extension, citizen and community science and UNH-civic partnerships. You’ll learn different ways to connect your research with the wider world, characteristics of successful academic-community partnerships (hint: humility is key),  models for how to make a difference with your research, and about opportunities to build these skills further. The panel discussion, with opportunities for questions and conversation, will be followed by dinner in Holloway Commons, courtesy of the UNH Graduate School.

 

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