Join us for the Second Annual Advocacy Research Day at the College of Mount Saint Vincent!
Thursday, March 30th 2017 10am - 6pm at the College of Mount Saint Vincent in Riverdale, NY
Research as a Form of Service: Students and Organizations using research as a means to advocate for social, economic and racial justice!
Advocacy Research Day is a day-long event that showcases IPSL's Advocacy Research program (including the IRB), past student research, outside organizations that have worked with IPSL’s IRB and research programming and IPSL service partners in NY.
This year’s theme centers on a discussion of research as a form of advocacy work and promotion of scientific literacy to the larger Riverdale community. This is especially critical in this day and age where alternative facts and false media have been gaining a foothold in the general public’s consciousness.
Schedule of Events!
10:45am: Jim Buckley and Roger Hayes, University Neighborhood Housing Program
11:45am: Nina Aversion, CMSV, Department of Accounting, Business, and Economics Chair
12:30pm: Sister Carol DeAngelo, Sisters of Charity
2:00pm: Round Table Discussion: “In the age of alternative facts, what can we do to promote research as a form of service?”
2:30pm: Christine Kim, Executive Director and Founder, My Dog is My Home
3:15pm: Marc Greenburg, Executive Director, Interfaith Assembly on Housing and Homelessness
4:10pm: Kat O’laughlin, CMSV, Associate Director of Campus Ministry
4:45pm: Chief Dwaine Perry and Two Clouds, Ramapough Lenape Nation
5:30pm Closing Remarks and Open Student Workshop and Networking
Students that attend will receive a 10% discount off of any semester length IPSL Advocacy Research program abroad!
This event is free and open to any member of the community.
Contact Emma Newton, IPSL Advocacy Research Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or if you are a service organization and would like to participate.