CER Methods Forum: The Practice of Community-Engaged Research

  • 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

CER Methods Forum: The Practice of Community-Engaged Research

Co-hosted by: CETR & the Office of Research & Innovation

Community-engaged research is not a specific methodology, but rather an approach to research and scholarship that generates knowledge relevant to disciplinary discovery, community concerns, and public purpose through authentic partnerships between scholars and community organizations.

During this informative session, we will discuss:

  • The guiding principles, goals, and benefits of community-engaged research
  • The connections between community engagement and Duquesne's mission and strategic plan
  • The importance of partnership development and maintenance
  • Building your public scholar identity and incorporating community engagement into your promotion and tenure journey
  • Commonly used qualitative and quantitative methodologies in community-engaged research

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