TURNING POWERFUL IDEAS INTO MEANINGFUL CHANGE: HOW TO TRANSLATE RESEARCH TO SUPPORT IT'S USE
Jolene Hernon, Communications Director,
National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice
Jessica Shaw, Assistant Professor, Boston College School of Social Work
Friday, November 11, 2016
McGuinn Hall 521
Powerful ideas and rich scientific evidence can lead to meaningful social change, though too often ideas and data do not move beyond the computer or printed page. This event brings together individuals with expertise and experience in communicating complex ideas in simple ways to facilitate change. Attendees are invited to grapple with how to translate their own work so that it can be put to use. In addition to the event at noon, students and faculty are invited to sign up for a personal session with Jolene Hernon to sharpen presentation skills or get feedback on how to promote specific ideas. If you are interested in attending the talk at noon, click here to RSVP. If you are interested in signing up for a personal session with Jolene, email Jessica Shaw at email@example.com.