Engaged Scholarship Showcase
The Engaged Scholarship Showcase is intended to highlight UM-Dearborn faculty who are actively involved in engaged scholarship; showing the value of participating in such activities; providing some tips and guidance of how faculty can get involved; and offer information about the mechanics of doing engaged scholarship.
The program will consist of two keynote speakers:
- Lina Dostilio, Vice Chancellor of Engagement and Community Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, an expert in engaged scholarship, and
- Laura Dyszlewski, Healthy Dearborn, project manager, who will speak on the impact of UM-Dearborn faculty working in the community.
Additionally, the Showcase will feature two faculty panels:
- “Showcasing the Work of UM-Dearborn Faculty,” in which we will highlight the work of four faculty members, including Yi Su Chen and Dara Hill, whose work engages with industry, government and/or community, and
- A “Nuts & Bolts” panel, in which three experienced faculty, Paul Draus, Fred Feng and Marcus Hill, will discuss the mechanics of engaged scholarship.