Research Weeks 2024: Get guidance on how to do meaningful work and community-engaging work. Multiple scholars will discuss their translational work, explore their challenges and solutions, and hold a Q&A to help others in their translational work. Graduate students will present their work as early translational scholars. These presentations will not only provide examples of translational work, but also give people the opportunity to gain knowledge about where to start and how to navigate creating a translational research agenda. 

Speakers include: Karen Chartier, Ph.D., associate professor of social work and director of IRBEH and Spit for Science; Adrienne Baldwin-White, Ph.D., assistant professor of social work

Hybrid event will be available in-person and on Zoom; please register, and the link will be sent to you in advance of the event. 

Social Work
Spit for Science / Institute for Research on Behavioral and Emotional Health
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