How do academics – at all stages of their careers – form effective partnerships? How can students and early career faculty engage in research in Global South communities? How can students contribute to building equity? Teams of mentors and mentees will reflect on these questions alongside their community partners.
Throughout this series, participants will:
- discover how co-produced knowledge can promote health equity for individuals;
- understand the importance of training students to ethically and responsibly work with community partners;
- learn how to develop reciprocal partnerships early on in academic careers;
- discuss barriers to educating students on how to co-produce knowledge.
Through presentations and discussions, we will evaluate current research and teaching practices about co-produced knowledge, and identify best practices for educating and engaging students in co-produced scholarship and action.
Dr. Oscar Gómez and Licka Dieye will present their talk; title forthcoming.