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Élyse Caron-Beaudoin, PhD
Assistant Professor, Environmental Health
University of Toronto Scarborough
FROM BENCH TO COMMUNITIES LAB
Through engaged scholarship, our lab develops transdisciplinary community-based research projects to assess the impacts of anthropogenic pressures on health and well-being by combining information from multiple levels of biological organization.
Engaged scholarship is defined as when faculty engage their expertise with the expertise of community stakeholders in order to co-create new knowledge that serves the public good, extending beyond the academic purpose of the work.
University of Richmond: Bonner Center for Civic Engagement
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