Midwest Knowledge Mobilization Network

April 15, 2018 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm America/Indiana/Indianapolis Timezone
Geddes Hall, University of Notre Dame
Danielle Wood

For the first time, the Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame is hosting the gathering of the Midwest Knowledge Mobilization Network (MKMN).  This is a group of faculty and staff from a number of colleges and universities in the Midwest that are focused on co-creating and sharing knowledge for social change.
Two faculty from the University of Notre Dame will provide an overview of some of their work.  Dr. Heidi Beidinger will focus on initiatives surrounding highly publicized lead issues in South Bend.  Professor Ann-Marie Conrado will talk about her work developing partnerships between designers and artisans in Nepal, as well as partnerships with local agencies.  The emphasis in both cases will be how academic and non-academic expertise is used in the co-creation of knowledge and translated into practices or programs in communities.  Opportunities for formal discussion and general networking will follow the presentations.
RSVP for the lunch discussion by MONDAY, MARCH 27, 2018.

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