Culturally Responsive Research Relationship Skills for Non-Indigenous Researchers

October 12, 2020, 12-1:30 pm VIRTUAL PRESENTATION

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Nicole Bowman-Farrell

Culturally Responsive Research Evaluator, Wisconsin Center for Education Research, UW-Madison School of Education

Culturally Responsive Research Relationships | Building Awareness and Early Skills for Non-Indigenous Researchers Studying Tribal Nations and Indigenous Communities
Nicole Bowman-Farrell, Wisconsin Center for Education Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Facilitator Dr. Nicky Bowman is an internationally-acclaimed Indigenous evaluation expert. She will introduce basics in equity-focused research and evaluation that affirms tribal sovereignty and engages tribal-university partnerships. This session is targeted towards non-Indigenous university personnel who are developing competencies in culturally responsive research and evaluation. UW-Madison faculty, staff and students welcome!
Session topics include:
  • Historical, cultural, and contextualized understanding of the complex and traumatic relationship of academics/research with Indigenous populations
  • Indigenous theories, methods, and examples of how to do culturally responsive research and evaluation
  • Building awareness, capacities, and technical or scientific skills, specifically for non-Indigenous researchers and partner
Presented by Earth Partnership Indigenous Arts and Sciences and the University of Wisconsin-Madison with support from the Spencer Foundation and Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies.