Engaged Research: A Discussion

1 Washington Place
New York NY, USA
Wednesday, March 13, 6:30pm8:00pm

Join us for a discussion about the ethics of research as we explore the questions of positionality and purpose that arise while conducting original research! We will discuss experiences with Gallatin’s research grants and fellowships as well as broader questions about what it means to conduct “engaged” and “ethical” research and the role of the “activist-scholar.”

This will be a student-led discussion, intended to start a dialogue around the challenges and possibilities for conducting and engaging with different types of research, especially in an interdisciplinary setting.

This event is free and open to NYU students only. There will be food provided!


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