Date: 1 April
Hour: 16 pm (CEST time), one hour duration
This webinar will explore the practicalities of setting up and running community engaged research projects within the higher education curriculum, through two case studies, one from TU Dublin (Ireland) and one from Queen’s University Belfast (UK). The case studies will explore two collaborative projects, both in the area of spatial planning, and both with a health theme. The two short case studies will be followed by a substantial question and answer session with participants.
The case studies will be presented by David O’Connor, TU Dublin and Neil Galway and Helen McGuinness (lecturer and student respectively), Queen’s University Belfast. The webinar will be facilitated by Catherine Bates, TU Dublin, and Emma McKenna, Queen’s University Belfast.
This webinar will be of interest to Higher Education Staff, Students and Civil Society Organisations interested in curriculum-based engaged research, and of particular interest to those working in Science Shops, those interested in implementing engaged research projects, and anyone interested in spatial planning or health.
It is jointly organized by the InSPIRES Project, the Living Lab for Health at IrsiCaixa and the Living Knowledge Network, in collaboration with TU Dublin and Queen’s University Belfast.