Empowerment and Belonging: Rethinking Cultures of Collaboration in Graduate Education

Saturday, January 5, 2019: 2:50 PM
Stevens C-1 (Hilton Chicago)
Meghan O'Neil, Duke University
The opportunity to conduct collaborative, interdisciplinary, vertically integrated research as a doctoral student can shape one's understanding of the possibilities for engaged academic scholarship. This talk will highlight experiences of collaborative research at Duke as crucial components of personal and professional development. It will also discuss the value of interdisciplinary partnerships as key to fostering a culture of intellectual connection and belonging in graduate studies.