DATE

Wednesday, Mar 14, 2018

TIME

11:30AM-12:45PM

LOCATION

BLDG 37 - iLab [map]

SERIES

Place-Based Research Matters

Sponsored by:

Center for Teaching Excellence
The University of Hawai’i Sea Grant College Program

Event 2: Building Pilina

Place-based research is especially important in the Hawaiian Islands where communities have deep cultural, ecological, spiritual, and social ties to place. The Place-Based Research Matters series will focus on best practices for building community and researcher partnerships outlined in the Kūlana Noi`i (Research Standards).

Pilina is a connection or relationship.
This workshop will cover strategies for building and sustaining collaborative relationships between community and researchers. The format will center around small group discussions lightly facilitated by faculty members with expertise in community engagement and place-based research. The intention is for faculty from a diverse range of disciplines to come together and share practical approaches and strategies for place-based research.

Topics covered during this workshop will include:
• Demonstrating respect and self-awareness in community engagement
• Building reciprocal relationships between community and researchers
• Maintaining inclusive, transparent, and open communication throughout the research process


Please feel free to bring your own lunch.

Please register as space is limited.

Register - EVENT 2


DATE

Wednesday, Mar 21, 2018

TIME

11:30AM-12:45PM

LOCATION

BLDG 37 - iLab

SERIES

Place-Based Research Matters

Sponsored by:

Center for Teaching Excellence
The University of Hawai’i Sea Grant College Program

Event 3: Mālama Aku, Mālama Mai

Place-based research is especially important in the Hawaiian Islands where communities have deep cultural, ecological, spiritual, and social ties to place. The Place-Based Research Matters series will focus on best practices for building community and researcher partnerships outlined in the Kūlana Noi`i (Research Standards).

Mālama aku, mālama mai—care is given, and care is received. The Hawaiian concept of mālama relates to caring for, maintaining, and supporting one another. When we mālama the communities where we work, our work is deepened and enriched. This third and final workshop in the “Place Based Research Matters” series will cover strategies for deepening established relationship between researchers and community. The format will center around small group discussions with “faculty catalysts” with expertise in community engagement and place-based research.

More details to come.


Please feel free to bring your own lunch.

Please register as space is limited.

Register - EVENT 3

OFDAS 30 Years

Center for Teaching Excellence
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Honolulu HI 96822 USA

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