This Office for Public Engagement (OPE) panel discussion was produced as part of the University's Research Ethics Week at 10 a.m. Thursday, February 29 via Zoom. The panel discussed ethical implications for research when working with community partners. Panelists include:

  • School of Social Work Assistant Professor Saida Abdi, a 2022 Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center Research Agenda grant recipient who works on cultural adaptation of trauma systems for immigrant and refugee youth;
  • Center for Urban and Regional Affairs Director of Community Based Research C. Terrence Anderson who supports faculty, staff, and students engaging in community-based research; and
  • School of Nursing Associate Professor Lauren Martin whose nationally known research on sex trafficking and the Minnesota Youth Sex Trading Project is supported by students in the Center for Community-Engaged Learning's Community Engaged Scholars Program.

The panel was moderated by Vice Provost for Public Engagement Laurie Van Egeren.

Research Ethics Week is an annual week-long series of college and department-led educational opportunities focuses on professional development and best practices to promote, maintain, and model high standards of ethics and integrity in research.