The Power of Collaboration - CER Webinar Series 2023/2024
power of collaboration

'The Power of Collaboration' - CER Webinar Series 2023/2024

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Venue
Zoom
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All Welcome
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No
Free of charge or ticket price
Free of Charge
For more information contact
Luke Quinlan (luke.quinlan@dcu.ie)

This 2023/2024 academic year, the DCU Centre for Engaged Research will host ‘The Power of Collaboration’ webinar series which will highlight university-community joint research efforts and partnerships which aspire to instigate positive societal change. Engaged research is characterised by shared knowledge between researchers and communities, and in turn mutual capacity building. Whether it be at a local, national or international scale, the power of collaboration and establishing a shared platform in research can be used to transform lives and society. This webinar series will showcase how Dublin City University has been, and continues to be, implicit in joint ventures which identify societal challenges and aim to positively influence and inspire change in a range of fields; such as the threat of climate change, the evaluation of national law and policy, and the continued advancement of modern technology and healthcare.

 

This webinar series will follow a fireside chat-like structure with presenters speaking for a maximum of 20 minutes, followed by up 25 minutes of questions and answers as well as allowing participants to share experiential anecdotes and queries with the group. This series is to be a platform for shared learning. This is to allow all to engage with the material and the speaker, so all; including early researchers, affected communities as well as interested parties, may learn and take as much as possible away from this session. Questions may be asked directly to the speaker, but also may be shared with the facilitator, Luke Quinlan, via email before the event (luke.quinlan@dcu.ie) or through the chat box function on the day. All webinars will take place on the final Thursday of each month from September 2023 to April 2024.

 

Speakers for 2023; 
Associate Prof Robert Gillanders, Reflections on the Benefits of Engaging with Stakeholders

Date: 28th September 2023

Info: Follow this link to the webinar's webpage

This webinar has already taken place - Follow this link to the webinars recording.

 

Samantha Fahy, The Sustainability Challenge 

Date: 26th October 2023

Info: Follow this link to the webinar's webpage 

This webinar has already taken place - Follow this link to the webinar recording

 

Prof Deiric O'Broin & Paula Dolan, Financing Social Enterprise in Ireland

Date: 30 November 2023

Info: Follow this link to the webinar's webpage

This webinar has already taken place - Follow this link to the webinar recording

 

Associate Prof Breige Casey, Collaborative Meaning making: Participatory Arts-based Inquiry as Engaged Research

Date: 21 December 2023

Info: Follow this link to the event webpage 

This webinar has already taken place - Follow this link to the webinar recording

 

Prof Mathias Urban, ¡Viva Zapata!? Community Research Collectives and Other Necessary Ways to Throw All Caution to The Wind

Date: 25 January 2024

Info: Follow this link to the event webpage 

This webinar has already taken place - Follow this link to the webinar recording

 

Ms Fiona Murphy, Where ethics is located: reflections on engagement and impact through the lens of displacement research

Date: 22 February 2024 

Info: Follow this link to the event webpage 

This webinar has already taken place - Follow this link to the webinar recording

 

Speakers for 2024;
Christine O'Kelly, April 25th 

 

All webinars will be recorded and made available on our website and YouTube Channel. 

 

Follow this link to the Centre for Engaged Research website. 

Follow this link to the Centre for Engaged Research YouTube channel.