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Guest presenter:
Emmaline Rial (they/them), MPA Candidate, University of Pittsburgh

Students have a deep desire to align their education and skills meaningfully to the struggle for social justice they observe or experience in the real world. Organizations have a need for the skills that the students want to offer, however infrastructure is needed to connect the two. For example, students may need help translating issues on the ground into the language of their discipline, design projects that fit into their academic schedule or to find peers and mentors to work together with. This talk will present one example of such an infrastructure at CAASI Grief to Action and show how it was leveraged to create the Allegheny County Policing Project.

Audiences: Undergraduate students; Teaching faculty and instructors

 

This workshop is part of Love Data Week! Check out the entire lineup at: https://lovedatapgh.io/.

Date:
Monday, February 13, 2023
Time:
1:00pm - 1:30pm
Location:
Campus:
Online
Presenter:
Emmaline Rial (they/them), MPA Candidate, University of Pittsburgh
Categories:
Digital Scholarship Workshop/Presentation

Registration is required. There are 18 seats available.

Event Organizer

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Dominic Bordelon