Association of Polar Early Career Scientists
 

APECS Canada Webinar1 KopieAPECS Canada is excited to be hosting their first webinar of 2018! Join us on February 28th from 1-3pm EST to hear Dr. Jennifer Provencher present on her experiences collaborating with northern communities to form research partnerships. The presentation will be followed by a Q+A session. Dr. Jennifer Provencher is currently a W. Garfield Weston Post-Doctoral Fellow in Northern Research at Acadia University. For more information about Jennifer’s research, check out her website: jenniferprovencher.com.


Title: Working with Northern Communities to Build Collaborative Research Partnerships: Perspectives from an Early Career Researcher


Abstract:
Working with northern communities is a part of Arctic research in Canada. I will discuss my experiences from my graduate and post-doctoral work as a natural scientist working with communities in Nunavut, Nunavik and the NWT. I will talk about how early career researchers can engage with communities, co-develop research questions, and create meaningful training programs with communities. This will include discussing opportunities, mechanisms, and barriers to engaging in community collaborative research in northern Canada. I will also expand on some ideas from a co-authored essay (Tondu et al. 2014, Arctic), and talk about specific examples of how I implemented these practices in my own work as an ecologist.

Register for this webinar: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xgj_T-bgQhG1nmkTsCHMbA

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