THE CINCINNATI PROJECT’S 4th ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

Friday, February 16, 2018, 
8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
 at the African American Cultural & Resource Center (AACRC)

We are pleased that Yvette Simpson joined us for the 2018 Symposium. In addition to Ms. Simpson’s address, we enjoyed student and faculty presentations of their community-partnered projects, a panel on power and partnerships, and a panel discussion of the value of university-community research partnerships (featuring Ms. Simpson, Dr. Karen Bankston, and others). Thanks to the Taft Research Center and the College of Arts and Sciences for support of the symposium!

Agenda

8:30am Light breakfast
9:00am Welcome
9:15am Student Presentations
Jessica Brawand (Suzanne Boys’ Communication course)
Thomas Caruso & Lindsay Scribner (Kim Conger’s Political Science course)
Shaonta Allen (Sociology PhD student project with Brian Calfano of Political Science/Journalism)
10:00am Faculty Presentations
Heidi Kloos (Psychology)
Stacie Furst-Holloway (Psychology)
11:00am Panel on Power, Partnerships, and Progress
Iris Roley (community organizer), Jeniece Jones (HOME), Shaunak Sastry (Communication), Farrah Jacquez (Psychology), and Brian Calfano (Political Science/Journalism)
12:00pm Lunch
 1:00 Keynote address: Yvette Simpson, JD
Panel Discussion on Collaborating across Cincinnati- Yvette Simpson, Karen Bankston (Poverty Collaborative), Bianca Edwards (AMOS Project), Jennifer Malat (College of Arts & Science)
2:15pm Closing Remarks
Ken Petren, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
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