SMARTeaching - Publicly Engaged Scholarship: Building Bridges to the Community
Does your work involve publicly-engaged scholarship? Do you want to learn how to connect with your community of scholars?
Time & Location
Feb 05, 2024, 11:30 AM – 12:50 PM
About the Event
Does your work involve publicly-engaged scholarship? Do you want to learn how to connect with your community of scholars? Join Dr. Diane Hill, Assistant Chancellor, University-Community Partnerships & Office of University Community Partnership staff as she provides an overview of the TICEM model for community engagement and discusses its application for university personnel. TICEM, or the Transdisciplinary Intergenerational Community Engagement Model, explores pathways to meaningful collaboration with communities. Based on years of research, observation, and feedback, the model provides tools and tips to build trust and effective bilateral communication between researchers and communities that result in sustainable relationships and mutually beneficial outcomes. TICEM emphasizes ways in which to engage all collaborators respectfully so that solution building is more inclusive and accepted.
NOTE: This session is designed to benefit anyone interested in cultivating sustainable, effective university-community research collaborations and partnerships.