What are the roles and responsibilities of researchers in these uncertain political times? How can scholars best use their resources to respond to attacks on vulnerable populations and institutions? Panelists will address how recent developments in our government affect our roles as researchers and teachers, and how scholars can contribute to positive change through public engagement? Join the conversation on Monday, May 1 at noon, in the UMass Campus Center's Hadley Room.
This event of the Public Engagement Project (PEP) at UMass is organized with support from the Colleges of Education, Natural Sciences and the Social and Behavioral Sciences, the School of Public Policy, the Center for Research on Families and the Institute for Social Science Research. For a speaker lineup and full event description, see the event page at PEP, here.