A team inquiry presentation involves multiple stakeholders (e.g., at least 2 of the following: community partner, faculty, funding partner, service-learning coordinator, staff member, student, teacher) who have worked on a teaching, research or community outreach engagement project together. These presentations will highlight the value of various participants in the design, implementation, and interpretation of findings. The focus may be on community-based participatory research with various constituencies, including community partners and students. The focus should be on what a group of colleagues learned via their research, evaluation, or engaged teaching experience. This format includes symposia or panels from different teams, or team presentations from a single team.
We also seek proposals that are not traditional research presentations and that are grounded in arts/performance/creative expressive approaches. This format includes but is not limited to the following: poetry, photography, film, carving, weaving, sculpture, puppetry, participatory theatre, dramatic interpretation, role play, etc.