The Research Office in partnership with the College of Public Health and Human Sciences and the Office of Institutional Diversity will host an Ignite Research Colloquium on May 21, 2021 from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm to highlight faculty research and scholarship related to Social Justice. This ignite session will focus on research and scholarship that is directly related to equity, inclusion, and social justice in the US and the world, along with research activities that are carried out through an equity and social justice lens.
Save the Date - Friday, May 21, 2021 - 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Registration link for those that plan to attend the Ignite event to receive the Zoom link.
University-Wide Ignite Research Colloquium:
Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice in Research
Friday, May 21, 2021 - Agenda
3:00 – 3:10 Welcome
Session 1 5 presentations, (10 minutes) Q & A (10 minutes)
Julie Green ~ The Last Supper and the First Meal
Sarah Rothenberg ~The Impacts of Sanitary Sewage Overflows on Community Health in South Carolina
Brett Burkhardt ~Racial Equity in Police Use of Social Media Monitoring Software
Joel Zapata ~Mapping Police Violence and Latinx Activism in the American Heartland
Amy Koehlinger ~The perils of "school choice": students of color and unaddressed white supremacy in religious education
Session 2 6 presentations, (12 minutes) Q & A (8 minutes)
Jenna Tilt ~Who is safe? Building inclusive and equitable hazard mitigation and adaptation strategies for Oregon's Coastal Communities
Cari Maes ~Visualizing and Voicing "o Morro:" Black Mothers' Social Justice Activism in Cold-War Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Arien Muzacz ~Examining the Impacts of Sizeism as a Social Justice Issue
Nikia Braxton-Franklin ~Marijuana Madness: The Social Justice Lens of Language
Chunhuei Chi ~The Governance and Equity in Global Health -- the Example of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Elizabeth Ocampo ~William T. Grant Foundation on Reducing Inequality
3:50 -4:30 Facilitator:
Session 3 6 presentations, (12 minutes) Q & A (8 minutes)
Kelly Chandler ~Work-family conflict is a racial justice issue
Daniel López-Cevallos ~Exploring school-centered support for Latinx families during COVID-19 and beyond
Glencora Borradaile ~ Exploring the chilling effect in online behavior
Kenny Maes ~A Community Participatory Approach to Identify Common Evaluation Indicators for Community Health Worker Practice
Kathryn McIntosh ~Studying Multicultural Teaching and Learning: Researcher Praxis, Participant Relationships, and Decolonizing Processes
Samuel Chan ~Moving beyond the use of race and country in naming invasive species: avenues for positive change in professional societies
Session 4 5 presentations, (10 minutes) Q & A (10 minutes)
Marit Bovbjerg ~ Community Doula Program: Culturally- and Linguistically-Matched Care for Low-Income Childbearing People in Linn, Benton, and Lincoln Counties
Amanda Kibler ~Critical Dialogic Education: Conceptualizing and Enacting Equity-focused Classroom Discourse
Sunil Khanna ~ Decolonizing Global Health Through Sustainable Community Ownership, Partnership, and Empowerment (SCOPE)
Kathryn Becker-Blease ~Collaboration among OSU and Northwest Minority-Serving Institutions for Replicable and Inclusive Research in Psychology
Martin Storksdieck ~ Understanding undergraduate student success through the lens of belonging: Conducting a university-wide study on the impact of inclusive excellence instructional strategies across disciplines
If you selected "yes" to present, or are still considering, here are the presentation guidelines from the last Ignite Events. Please note – the guidelines may change slightly due to the complexity of this topic. Our committee is still working on this. However, it is still good to see the basics.
Because of the time limitation and rapid-fire design, each presenter is allowed a total of 2 minutes. You may choose how to use your 2 minutes and may want to:
If you plan to use PowerPoint format, you are limited to 2 slides.
April 23, 2021 - Presentation signup deadline
PowerPoint slides due by Friday, May 14, 2021
Questions or comments – let me know. Thank you, Susan
We are excited to announce our rescheduled university-wide Ignite. Enjoy a fun, informal afternoon with colleagues from across the University.
Ignite participants recorded short (2-3 minute) video presentations that were put on a Canvas Site.
Hallie Ford Center 115
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