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1/31-2/1 Publicly Engaged Scholar-in-Residence Discussion Series featuring Dr. Timothy K. Eatman

Dr. Timothy Eaton

Nationally acclaimed scholar Dr. Timothy K. Eatman will be on campus in Boston to facilitate a series of sessions of round table discussions and workshops.

Location: Curry Student Center
More Information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/publicly-engaged-scholar-in-residence-a-discussion-series-with-dr-timothy-k-eatman-tickets-54759049792

Northeastern University’s Service-Learning Advisory Board is excited to announce our first Publicly Engaged Scholar-in-Residence Event featuring Dr. Timothy K. Eatman!

Educational Sociologist and nationally acclaimed scholar, Dr. Timothy K. Eatman, will be on campus in Boston to facilitate a series of sessions engaging various audiences and stakeholder groups through round table discussions and workshops.

Concluding his two day series at Northeastern, Dr. Eatman will end with final presentation highlighting both patterns observed through workshops and discussion, as well insights of how these observations fit within the broader landscape of engaged scholarship and research in higher education internationally.

Registration for individual sessions is required and tickets will be available until the event is full. All are invited to participate at no cost.

Thursday, January 31st:

10:30-12:00pm: Workshop: Unlocking Unconscious Biases
12:15-1:15pm: Research Consultation: Service-Learning & Community-Engaged Research
1:30-2:00pm: Quick Bite: Technology Tools for Collaborative Scholarship
2:15-3:15pm: Round Table: Creating a Research Community

Friday, February 1st:

9:30-10:30am: Round Table: Listening to the Community
10:45-12:15pm: Workshop: Research Methods
1:00-1:30pm: Quick Bite: Faculty Rewards for Publicly Engaged Scholarship
1:45-3:15pm: Workshop: Youth Volunteering – Tricks of the Trade
4:30-5:00pm: Keynote Discussion Reception, CSC Mezzanine
5:00-6:00pm: Keynote: Culminating Discussion, CSC Mezzanine
Sessions are open to the public. We welcome and encourage community partners, faculty members, students, administrators, educators, community members, and employers to attend.

IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT WAITLIST: If you are interested in attending a session(s) that is currently sold out, please email us at service-learning@northeastern.edu to be added to a wait list. Be sure to include your name, the session name, and your contact information in the email.

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