Practicing partnership: co-production and boundary spanning in rural Alaska

This four-hour dialogue will bring together UA graduate students, staff and faculty to discuss the nuts and bolts of implementing co-production and boundary spanning frameworks in research. Elizabeth Figus will describe details of her experiences with co-production research. Participants will be invited to discuss their experiences and plans for future work.

Attendees will walk away with more tools in their toolboxes for future work. Graduate students will gain insight into what it might look like for them to do this sort of work during and after graduate school, what they should know, and how to get the support they need.

Participation is limited to 30 people, register to reserve your spot! Attend in person in Akasofu 501 or virtually if participating from a rural campus. 

CONTACT: Heather McFarland,