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Co-creating Knowledges: Equitable Practices across Community-Engaged Learning and Research

Session Description

November 4, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

The Centre for Community Partnerships (CCP) and the Centre for Research and Innovation Support (CRIS) invite you to attend a roundtable focused on community-engaged teaching and research. This roundtable will bring together faculty from across the University of Toronto to discuss "Co-creating Knowledges: Equitable Practices across Community-Engaged Learning and Research." 

This discussion-oriented roundtable will focus on how faculty researchers and instructors engage with communities and students in ways that challenge the model of the university as the producer of what constitutes valuable knowledge. Each panelist will speak for 5-10 minutes on this roundtable topic before opening up the discussion among panelists and attendees.

Faculty Panelists: 

  • Ahmed Allahwala, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, Department of Human Geography, UTSC
  • Elspeth Brown, Interim Associate Vice Principal Research & Professor, Department of Historical Studies, UTM 
  • Susan Hill, Associate Professor, Department of History, Faculty of Arts & Science and Director for the Centre of Indigenous Studies 
  • Carmen Logie, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work 


November 4, 2021
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Additional Information

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For link to the session recording (requires UTORid): Click here

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