Community and Conference Presentations

An important part of any research endeavor is to present its findings and its processes to the right audiences. This is true for community-engaged research as well, on the level of the instructor-scholar and on the level of the student developing their transcreation project. For community-engaged research, it is additionally valuable to pass the mic to the community partners, so that they are able to discuss the research they co-developed and describe their community which it will benefit.

Concerning the transcreation project, there have been two main presentation outlets over the years: the students’ community presentation at the end of the course and the university’s annual Diversity Conference.

Community Presentations

Diversity Conference