Seminar/Event Detail

Shifting the Paradigm of Engagement: Honoring the Partnership Between University and Community

Date/Time: 25 September 2015, 11:30am - 12:45pm
Speaker: Maile Taualii
Speaker Affiliation: Chair of Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health
Venue: Kuykendall 106 Events Room, Manoa Campus
For more info: Faculty Mentoring Program Ph 956-9567 Email fmp@hawaii.edu www.fmp.hawaii.edu

Description: Fall 2015: Faculty Mentoring Program Lecture Series

For Faculty Interested in Effective Community Partnerships and Research

Establishing and developing partnerships between university and community can be challenging.

This lecture will seek to assist faculty in establishing genuine community-campus partnerships and outline strategies to avoid conflict.

Event Flyer

Handout 1: Investigation Station

Handout 2: Cultural Safety

Handout 3: Creating Awareness

Event Recording

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