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Monday, May 15 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
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Explore establishing and sustaining a healthy and productive working relationship with research collaborators outside of AU. In this panel discussion, you will hear from researchers who have successfully fostered productive research partnerships and what they have learned in the process.

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Gwendolyn Reece

Associate University Librarian and Director of Research, Teaching and Learning, American University
Gwendolyn is the Associate University Librarian and Director of Research, Teaching and Learning in the University Library. Gwendolyn's scholarly research is primarily on Contemporary Paganism and she has an MA and was a doctoral candidate in Religious Studies at University of California at Santa Barbara. When her lead two professors left UCSB, she went to Simmons and became a librarian. Gwendolyn joined American... Read More →

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Robin Broad

Professor, School of International Service, American University
Dr. Robin Broad, a John Simon Guggenheim Fellow (2017-2018), is Professor of International Development, School of International Service, American University. Dr. Broad has a wide range of professional experience, from international economist in the U.S. Treasury Department, the US Congress (with then-Congressman Charles Schumer) and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Congress, to work with civil-society organizations in the Philippines and El Salvador.  She received her Masters and PhD from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School and her BA (economics and environmental studies) from Williams College.  | Dr. Broad is author or coauthor of books including Development Redefined: How the Market Met Its Match, Global Backlash: Citizen Initiatives for a Just World Economy, Plundering Paradise: The Struggle for the Environment in the Philippines, and Unequal Alliance: The World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the Philippines. She is also widely published in academic and policy publications, including The Journal of Peasant Studies, Third World Quarterly, Foreign Policy, World Development, World Policy Journal, The Nation, the New York Times, and the Washington Post.  She blogs on Triple Crisis... Read More →
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David C. Culver

Professor Emeritus, Department of Environmental Science
David Culver studies the biology of caves and other subterranean habitats, including their ecology, evolution, and conservation.  Major research topics include the mapping of subterranean species richness, the evolution of eye loss, and the dynamics of carbon flux.  His field studies take him to a number of field sites, especially the southern Appalachians, the Balkans, and... Read More →
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Todd Eisenstadt

Professor, Department of Government, American University
Professor Eisenstadt has worked on five continents and published award-winning books and articles in journals such as The American Political Science Review and Comparative Political Studies. He studies development with research that focuses on democratization and environmental politics, emphasizing cases in Latin America, but also... Read More →
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Dave Marcotte

Professor, Department of Public Administration and Policy, American University
Dave E. Marcotte is Professor in the Department of Public Administration and Policy and Director of the Washington Institute for Public Affairs Research. His recent research focuses on determinants of achievement in K-12 education; the importance of cost on attainment in higher education; and interventions to improve attainment in STEM... Read More →

Monday May 15, 2017 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Training and Events, Room 115

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