Community Based Critical Data Practices Postdoctoral Scholar at Univ of Michigan

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The University of Michigan Marsal Family School Education seeks to hire a postdoctoral scholar as part of a conducting research on community based critical data practices.

This scholar will work with Drs. Angela Calabrese Barton and Leslie Rupert Herrenkohl and a team of scholars and students based at the University of Michigan and in youth serving community organizations in East Lansing, MI and Seattle, WA. We seek a scholar with experience in community based collaborative research and/or research practice partnerships that center equity and justice. The scholar will work on a project to develop, test, and refine a model to describe how youth develop knowledge within their communities using critical data practices. Critical data practices include what youth do with, in relation to, and oriented around data to learn about their world and solve new problems. This study is intended to produce insights on how learning with and about data is shaped by equity concerns, cultural, and contextual factors. We seek a scholar who is interested in joining the team at a critical point in time. Data collection and management have been completed. We seek a scholar who can help lead analysis and writing projects to share important findings from this study with multiple academic audiences and participate with others on the team in community-based events to refine and understand findings from the perspective youths and families.

This is a one-year appointment.  The position is funded with support from the National Science Foundation.

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