Up to $5,000 will be available for one to two proposals that best demonstrate:
- Relevance to the interdisciplinary issue raised during the event
- Novelty of uncommon collaboration among partners
- Unique ability to contribute to the field
- Likelihood for near-term impact
Open until December 17, 2019: short applications (1-2 pages, including figures, timeline and budget) are invited for peer adjudication and funding by the end the year.
Please submit proposal(s) below or via http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/collabconsort.
We look forward to continuing our support of interdisciplinary activity on campus and further afield!
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
- Collaborate with fellow attendees
- Submit a 1-2page PDF or Word doc (including figures, timeline and budget; citations extra)
- Get your proposal selected, according to relevance, partnerships, uniqueness & potential impact
WHO TO COLLABORATE WITH?
If you can’t recall the colleagues in attendance at your event, stay tuned for participant bios or reach out for guidance: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHERE DO I SUBMIT?
PDF submissions can be directly uploaded here.
WHEN DO I GET FUNDED?
Funding for selected proposals will be initiated within one to three months of submission.
WHAT IS THE CURRENT THEME?
Growing the agency of communities and co-creating new knowledge
Participatory research can be a vehicle to collaborate and coordinate with stakeholders in generating empowering information for both scholars and broader communities. Community expertise could be of great value to researchers, and new knowledge can help communities overcome a lack of resources for advocacy, skills for implementation, or access to decision-making settings. Large and small, marginalized and central, communities can benefit from the academic engine — and the academy can benefit from the perspectives of a partner community.
An evening of exploratory dialogue and reflection enabled us to learn from each other, and from participatory research practitioners. You would have discussed which methods worked for you — from citizen science to community-based participatory action research — and learned research approaches for maximum inclusivity and impact.