In collaboration with the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs, the School of Foreign Service Dean's Office, the Georgetown Office of Fellowships, Awards & Resources (GOFAR), and the Georgetown Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (GUROP), CSJ hosts an annual symposium to feature summer social justice-based research from undergraduate fellows and recent alumni. Research is presented by the Education & Social Justice Summer Research Fellows, the David F. Andretta Summer Research Fellow, a Raines Fellow, a Fulbright Fellow, and more.
The Global Social Justice Summer Research Symposium was held Friday, September 16 in the Healey Family Student Center Social Room. Congratulations to all of the student presenters and thank you to our visitor scholar, Dr. Jocelyn Smith Lee.
9:30am: Registration and Light Breakfast
10:00am: Welcome and Opening of the Symposium
10:05am: Global Social Justice Summer Student/Alumni Research Panel 1
11:00am: Coffee Break
11:15am: Global Social Justice Summer Student Research Panel 2
12:30pm: Research Presentation by Dr. Jocelyn Smith Lee, Marist College
Examining Life Course Exposures to Violence and Traumatic Loss among Young Black Men in Baltimore
1:30pm: Dessert and Coffee Break
1:45pm: Social Justice Research Methods Workshop with Dr. Jocelyn Smith Lee, Marist College
Equity, Empathy, and Empowerment: Building a Skillset for Effective Social Justice Research with Black Boys and Men
3:00pm: Experiential Learning Expo and Summer Social Justice Showcase with Ice Cream Bar