On Monday, November 4, 2019 from 2 to 4 p.m., IUPUI featured the inaugural Charles R. Bantz Community Fellowship Roundtable Symposium. The goal of the Roundtable Symposium is to engage faculty, students and community partners in rich discussions about themes and questions related to the community engaged research projects. Event attendees have the opportunity to hear updates of 4 selected projects followed by the opporunity to engage with faculty more deeply in discussion and discovery on the topics you choose.
The Roundtable Symposium took place in the President's Room in Hine Hall at IUPUI beginning at 2 p.m.
Roundtable Symposium faculty and projects include:
Carolyn Gentle-Genitty - Pathways to School Success
Richard Holden - B-PHIT Indy: A Community Partnership for Brain Health-Promoting Information Technology
Sue Hyatt - Invisible Indianapolis: Race, Heritage and Community Memory in the Circle City
Cristina Santamaria Graff - Community Engagement in Special Education Teacher Preparation Courses on Families