Ethical Engagements in Community-Based Knowledge Production

Poster with title, date, time and photos of speakers

event sponsored by

Duke Office of Civic Engagement (DOCE) &

Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI), Faculty Write, Forum for Scholars and Publics, Service-Learning Program, and Social Science Research Institute (SSRI)


Engaged Scholars Workshop Series


Elizabeth Shapiro Garza and Sumi Ariely

This session is for those from Duke and their community partners who are working together to produce knowledge, whether through academic research, program evaluation, community-student learning opportunities or a combination of these and other methods. We will explore the questions you may wish to ask and practical tips for putting structures and processes in place in order to ensure that knowledge is co-generated, shared and disseminated in ways that are ethical and just. Registration link found at Webcast Link,


Multicultural/Identity, Leadership, Ethics, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Diversity/Inclusion, Humanities, Social Sciences, Lecture/Talk, Training, Volunteer/Community Service, Charity/Fundraising, and Free Food and Beverages