“Our Shared Future of Collaboration and Innovation: A Discussion Surrounding Authentic and Informed Educational and Research Partnerships”
March 1, 2021
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Virtual via Zoom: https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/99735929292
The session will be recorded for later viewing.
The impact of pervasive colonization informs the shared future of collaboration and innovation between Wisconsin Native Nations, and UW-Madison faculty, staff, and students. Please join us as we welcome a panel of UW-Madison faculty and staff to discuss current projects and programs, helping attendees begin to understand the process for authentic and respectful partnerships with Wisconsin Native Nations, knowing that accurate and legitimate information is a crucial part of thriving collaborations. This lunch and learn session is the third in a series of five focusing on the Our Shared Future Heritage Marker, representing the university’s commitment to the Ho-Chunk Nation, and a multi-year effort to educate the campus and the broader community on the Ho-Chunk Nation and the history it shares with the university.
Panelist bios can be viewed here.
In preparation for the session, participants are encouraged to view the following webinar with resources, facilitated by Earth Partnership and Spencer Research Team Members, and featuring Dr. Nicole Bowman: Culturally Responsive Research Relationships: Building the Awareness and Skills of Academic Partners to Work in Good Relations with Native Nations and Indigenous Communities. Readings and resources within the link were curated by Dr. Bowman specifically to help non-Indigenous academics develop early skills in developing and nurturing positive, respectful relationships with Indigenous communities.