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Wednesday, July 18 • 8:30am - 11:30am
Honoring the Knowers to Transform the Doers (Practice? Structures? Systems?): Fostering Epistemic Justice in Higher Education Community Engagement

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Participants will gather as a learning community to explore the application of Miranda Fricker’s (2007) philosophical framework of epistemic justice/injustice to community-engaged scholarship and practice for the purpose of advancing diversity, democratic participation, and social change. Participants will complete readings and contribute to a discussion board prior to the session.

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Star Plaxton-Moore

Director of Community-Engaged Learning, University of San Francisco
Star specializes in working with faculty to integrate community-engaged pedagogy into their courses, and plays a critical role in shaping institutional discourse, practices, and policies related to community-engaged program design and assessment, community partnerships, and faculty... Read More →

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John Loggins

Director of Community Engaged Learning, University of San Diego
John Loggins the Director of Community Engaged Learning in the Karen and Tom Mulvaney Center for Community, Awareness and Social Action at the University of San Diego. John works collaboratively as part of a team responsible for ensuring that USD is a global and national leader as... Read More →
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Chris Nayve

Senior Research Associate, University of San Diego
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John Saltmarsh

Professor of Higher Education, Department of Leadership in Education, College of Education and Human Development, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Wednesday July 18, 2018 8:30am - 11:30am CDT