Ethics of Community-Engaged Research

Thursday, February 3 at 12:00pm to 2:00pm

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Virtual Event

Thinking about a community engaged research project? Wondering what funding might be available?

Please join this interactive workshop and learn about how the Office of Research can support you, internal and external funding opportunities, how to complete the ethics clearance process, and hear about the rich experiences and insights from USC researchers for how they have conducted ethical community engaged research.


Presenters:

Silvia Da Costa, Director, Office of Research Initiatives and Facilities

Hossein Pourmand, Senior Executive Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations

Dana Irwin, Associate Director of Development, Corporate and Foundation Relations

Julie Slayton, Director, Office for Protection of Research Subjects


Panel:

Lourdes Baez Conde, Professor of Population and Public Health Sciences; Associate Dean for Community Initiatives; Associate Director for Community Outreach and Engagement

John P. Wilson, Professor of Sociology, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Computer Science, Architecture and Preventive Medicine, Dornsife

Esther Margulies, Associate Professor of Practice of Landscape Architecture and Spatial Sciences, School of Architecture

This event is co-organized by the Joint Educational Project and the Center for Excellence in Research. Contact usccer@usc.edu with any questions.

Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop

Audience

Faculty/Staff, Students

Campus

University Park Campus, Health Sciences Campus, Other Location

Tags

academics

Website

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/22726524...

Cost

0

Department
Office of Research
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