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Perspectives from the Public: How Wisconsinites View UW-Madison

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Katherine Cramer Walsh, PhD (bio)

October 22 2008

30 minutes

515 views

Katherine Cramer-Walsh, PhD, shares the results of her recent study which examined peoples' perceptions from around the state about the UW-Madison. She discusses outreach and important considerations in establishing research partnerships in communities around the state.



Guide Questions for this Presentation:

1. Cramer-Walsh found in her research that Wisconsinites viewed UW Faculty as "elitist". How does she describe how Wisconsinites define "elitist" and discuss how this might affect community-academic research partnerships?

2. Outline the concerns Wisconsinites have regarding UW-Madison research that takes place in communities around the state.



Series:

Community-Academic Research Partnerships

Tags:

ICTR, Public Relations, Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison
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