Sponsored by KSOE , CILSA & the Core Curriculum Committee
Join us for light appetizers and drinks followed by a formal presentation by graduate students in SMC’s Ed.D. in Educational Leadership Program.
These students are working professionals from the Central Valley to the Peninsula, working in educational institutions as diverse as Title I elementary schools and Stanford University. They collaborated on four community-based research projects with two nonprofit organizations, The Unity Council in Oakland and the Monument Community Partnership in Concord.
This event will provide participants with an opportunity to walk with five graduate students through the entire community-based research (CBR) process from start to finish. Listen and learn the ways in which students at SMC are utilizing best practices and promoting social justice through CBR.
Beth Hampson, CILSA Coordinator of Engaged Teaching & Learning, 925-631-8543, email@example.com.