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Publicly Engaged Scholar-in-Residence Discussion Series

Free and open to all from February 17th to 18th with Dr. Tania Mitchell!

This 2-day discussion series, hosted by Community-Engaged Teaching and Research at Northeastern in partnership with other campus partners will take place across Thursday, February 17th and Friday, February 18th- attendees can choose as many (or few) of the public events as they choose.

This event will feature discussion-based sessions led by campus and community partners, workshops about anti-racist community engagement, and an opportunity to connect and co-create around principles of ethical community engagement. In addition to the sessions on 2/17 and 2/18 we are hosting a fully virtual follow up series about leveraging various campus tools to enhance your community-engaged teaching and research, which will be open to faculty, staff, student leaders, and community partners.

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