B’PAR (Baltimore’s Participatory Action Research) graduate student organization is hosting a workshop with creative researcher, Liz Lerman, whose Critical Response Process has been influential to academics, educators, and scholars in many fields. On Wednesday, June 24, 2015, she will help UMBC graduate students examine creative tools and problem-solving approaches in their research. This workshop is designed to be especially helpful for researchers who work in community contexts.
This is an ALL DAY workshop (9:30-4:30). Because only 20 seats are available, interested graduate students are asked to fill out a brief questionnaire.