Education through Ecological Restoration – Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture

Upcoming IAS Webinar: Culturally Responsive Research Relationships

Good Relatives?: Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Tribal Nation Implications for Addressing the Federal Evidence-Based Policy Making Act of 2018 in Indian Country

Wednesday, 3/31/2021 


Presenter Dr. Bowman will discuss implications for what “counts” as evidence, research, evaluation, IRB oversight, governance and ownership of data, data access, and confidentiality of data included in Public Law 115-435 and will describe the significance for Tribal Nations and Tribal Elected Leaders (ordinance, policy, and processes) and Tribal researchers, evaluators, and program staff. Implications for TDPR Spencer sponsored local research projects will be discussed.

University faculty, staff and students and non-profit professionals who are working on developing competencies in culturally responsive research & evaluation are invited!

Click here for flyer and to register by March 24, 2021.