Unfortunately, the GW Research Showcase event has been cancelled for this year. However, the Nashman Prize for Community-Based Participatory Research will still be awarded. Students who have already submitted abstracts for this prize will be notified by the end of this week if they have been selected for consideration. Students under consideration for the prize will be invited to present at the Virtual Symposium on Community Engaged Scholarship (see above) at the end of the semester. Judging for the prize will occur the week of April 27th. Please let me know if you are interested in serving as a judge.
The Perfect Opportunity for K-16 Educators and School Teams
2020 Summer EAST and Summer WEST Institutes
Dr. Jameta Nicole Barlow, Community Health Psychologist, Assistant Professor of Writing, and Affiliate Faculty Member of the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program and of the Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health, integrates transdisciplinary collaboration with intersectional frameworks to address current social, cultural, and health injustices. Dr. Barlow’s “most recent work, the Saving Our Sisters Project, is focused on Black women's mental health and well-being, employing writing and the personal narrative” (Barlow). Click here to visit Dr. Barlow’s website. ...continue reading "Community Engaged Faculty, Dr. Jameta Nicole Barlow"
Tuesday, April 7, 2020
FINAL Call for Abstracts ...continue reading "GW Research Showcase, Final Call for Abstracts"
Dr. James Peterson, Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, advances analysis that integrates public health research and local communities. Dr. Peterson previously served as the Community Research Coordinator for District of Columbia Center for AIDS Research (DC CFAR) and currently serves as the Community Activities Coordinator for the DC Cohort Project, a city-wide HIV clinical research effort among 15 HIV care sites in the District of Columbia. For more information about DC CFAR, please click here. For more information about the DC Cohort Project, please click here. ...continue reading "Community Engaged Faculty, Dr. James Peterson"
Dr. Greg Squires, a Professor of Sociology and of Public Policy and Public Administration, centers his current research on housing discrimination, the continuing consequences of the foreclosure crisis, applied and community-based research, and gentrification and uneven metropolitan development. To view Dr. Squires' work, please click here. ...continue reading "Community Engaged Faculty, Dr. Greg Squires"
Dr. Tara Scully, Director of the Sustainability Minor and Assistant Professor of Biology, continues to inspire non-science and science majors with her introductory biology and sustainability courses. ...continue reading "Community Engaged Faculty, Dr. Tara Scully"
This year's Engagement Scholarship Consortium annual conference will be nearby in Philadelphia, September 13-14, 2020. As a pre-conference event, the Consortium will be hosting a one-day intensive professional development program for early career faculty on community engagement. The deadline to apply is April 15, 2020. https://engagementscholarship.org/networks-partnerships/esc-partnerships/emerging-engagement-scholars-workshop
If you have an interest in attending, please contact Wendy Wagner, email@example.com to discuss potential financial support from the Nashman Center.
The AIM Health Institute, the GW Office of Integrative Medicine and Health, and LabX of the National Academy of Sciences present a Healing Education Arts and Advocacy Round Table.
These roundtables are a discussion at the intersection of medicine, the humanities, social sciences, and the arts. The topic will be: the effects of cannabis on society.
Wednesday, March 11, 2020, 6:30-8:30pm
The draft reports recommending a strategic plan to guide GW for the next five years are now available on line for questions, concerns, and suggestions. While the site is open for feedback anytime during the spring semester, Provost Blake urges review by March 6th, which will give the four committees time to consider all feedback before finalizing their recommendations in May for the Board of Trustees.
Explicit support for Community Engaged Scholarship is relevant for all four committees: high-impact research, high quality undergraduate experience, attracting and retaining world-class faculty, and a distinguished and distinctive graduate education.
While the Nashman Center and several Nashman Faculty Affiliates have submitted feedback on the draft reports, it is important that these committees realize how many GW faculty consider community engagement a valuable aspect of their research, teaching, and other scholarly work. Please take a moment to share your perspective.
To view the Nashman white paper on "Recognizing, Incentivizing, and Rewarding Community-Engaged Scholarship" submitted to the High-Impact Research faculty committee, link here: https://gwu.box.com/v/NashmanCESwhitepaper