Typically held monthly during academic semesters, Bagels and Research presentations highlight community-based research on the UW campus. Presenters included graduate students, faculty/staff and community partners.
This series showcases the breadth of community-based research on campus by providing in-depth examples of current research as it relates to students learning outcomes, community impacts and theoretical exploration.
Students Supporting Students: UW–Madison’s Occupational Therapy Student Collaborative Learning with Parenting and Pregnant Adolescents in Madison
Thursday, March 4
Karla Ausderau, PhD, OTR/L
Jessie Loeb, SAPAR Childbirth, parenting, and Adult Roles educator
Allie Korbel, MSOT student
Yasmeena Ougayour, MSOT/PP-OTD student
Libby Hladik, OTR/L, PhD student
This session will describe an ongoing collaboration between the School Aged Parenting Program (SAPAR) in Madison Metropolitan School District and the University of Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Program. The transactional relationship supports stakeholder-identified needs within the SAPAR program for pregnant and parenting adolescents in Madison and the growth and development of occupational therapy students as future community-based practitioners. You will hear from students, a community partner, and faculty member as to how the sustainable partnership has grown and supported both programs over time.
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Community-Engaged Scholarship Graduate Laura Livingston: email@example.com