Advancing Graduate Research Impact in Society
Professional Development Program for Future Engaged-Scholars
The Advancing Graduate Research Impact in Society certification program fosters the development of engaged scholarship. This professional development program will increase your knowledge, skills, and experience translating your research in ways that help solve societal problems. The program is open is any graduate student or post-doctoral fellow enrolled at Purdue’s West Lafayette campus.
Participants will meet weekly to learn how to become engaged scholars, develop community partnerships, engage with diverse communities, evaluate engagement activities, and communicate their engaged work.
|FALL 2023 SEMESTER|
|All sessions are in-person.|
Purdue Grad Student Center, Northwestern Ave., Room 105
Tuesdays from 3:00-4:00 P.M.
Registration opens May 18, 2023 and closes June 16, 2023.
|Module 1||History of community engaged scholarship|
|Foundations||Variations in community engaged scholarship|
|Module 2||Initiating community partnerships|
|Community Partnerships||Sustaining community partnerships|
|Techniques for community collaboration|
|Module 3||Engaging with diverse communities|
|Criticality in community engagement||Critical reflection and critical thinking|
|Ethics in community engaged scholarship|
|Module 4||Asset-based community engagement|
|Approaches and perspectives||Capacity building for sustained change|
|Module 5||Communicating with public audiences|
|Communication and scholarly skills||Communicating with academic audiences|
|Module 6||Evaluating community partnerships|
|Successful community engagement careers||Documenting and communicating accomplishments|
|Community engagement across the career span|