9th Annual DiRP Conference
The Black Student Network acknowledges the importance of using personal narratives for framing research tangibility across disciplines. The personal stories and experiences of subjects of inquiry are many times left out of research and by emphasizing the narrative, scholars are able to contextualize knowledge-to-practice gaps or deficits by making their studies applicable to real life issues.
The 9th Annual Diversity in Research and Practice Conference will be calling for research papers and multi-modal presentations that examine the narratives of populations who often are not given the opportunity to voice their realities. We believe that collaboration and dialogue across disciplines and engaging various approaches of inquiry are essential to harnessing our capacity to be catalysts of change. Check back on updates about registration and related events soon!