March 28 – April 2, 2022
This course will offer professional development training for scholars of international affairs seeking to engage more publicly with their research. It brings together the core content of two longer-form, well-established professional development programs funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York under its “Bridging the Gap” initiative: the International Policy Summer Institute, which is a professional development program for international affairs scholars who want to build the tools and networks to produce and disseminate policy-relevant academic research; and the Responsible Public Engagement Initiative, which addresses challenges around direct engagement with policy actors at various stages of the research process and disseminating research to policy audiences. It will also incorporate training material that focuses on ethical and context-sensitive scholarship from the Advancing Research on Conflict consortium.
This course will be facilitated by Professor Naazneen Barma and Oliver Kaplan from the Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver.
To register for this course, please refer to the ISA 2022 Conference Registration page.