Community Engagement during the Pandemic

The panel talk about academic community engagement during the COVID pandemic. They discuss projects they’re involved with, how they worked pre-COVID, how things changed during COVID and what lessons can be learned for future unforeseen events.
This podcast features Dan Bustillos and Kara Adams of the University of Washington Bothel and Aisling McGrath of Waterford Institute of Technology. Hosted by Rob O’Connor (also of WIT).

During the discussion, the panel reference some research papers they have written. Bibliographic references below:

McGrath, A., Murphy, N., Egan, T., Ormond, G., & Richardson, N. (2022). An Economic Evaluation of ‘Sheds for Life’: A Community-Based Men’s Health Initiative for Men’s Sheds in Ireland. International journal of environmental research and public health, 19(4), 2204. 
Kennedy, D. M., Adams, K., Bustillos, D., Carlisle, S. Ezeonwu, M., Hathaway, D., Lasker, G., Shinneman, A. (Accepted 8/18/2021) Reimagining Community Engagement Sustainability: Insights for the Post Pandemic World.Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship. (Due to be published soon)

Community Engagement during the Pandemic

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