Showcase of Community Engaged Scholarship

The student organization Scholars for Community Outreach, Partnership and Engagement (SCOPE), the Center for Community-Based Partnerships (CCBP) and the Division of Community Affairs at The University of Alabama invite UA students to submit poster or paper proposals for presentation at the annual Showcase of Community Engaged Scholarship!

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Additional Information

Students are invited to present posters and papers describing ideas, projects, or research that reflects community-engaged scholarship. Submissions may range from works-in-progress to published articles.


Who
 Undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines at The University of Alabama

What Annual Showcase of Community Engaged Scholarship
(Students, faculty, staff and community partners are invited to attend.)

When Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Where Bryant Conference Center

Why The Showcase provides a beneficial presentation opportunity for student-to-scholar researchers while highlighting the involvement of UA students in community-based research. Additionally, it promotes networking among students, faculty and community partners, as well as conveys the University’s ongoing commitment to research, the community and the development of students as scholars in their chosen fields of study.

A prize will be awarded for best poster.

Students whose work is selected for inclusion will receive a certificate of participation.

SCOPE Student Showcase Proposal

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In your abstract, please describe a project or project idea that will appeal to an audience interested in University and community partnerships and collaboration — a project or idea that illustrates how you as a University student are interested or involved in working with the larger community. Projects may be related to your coursework or may reflect your personal interest in applying what you are learning as it relates to community work, organizations or institutions. In this way, your abstract will tell us how your work illustrates the goals of community-engaged scholarship, which are the “generation, exchange, and application of mutually beneficial and socially useful knowledge and practices developed through partnerships between the University and the community.” Submissions that showcase community partnerships, community/institutional collaboration, service learning, research, and civic engagement in any discipline are encouraged. Please clearly identify relevant research questions and scholarly approaches in your abstract where you have them. Maximum size 10MB.

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