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Working across academic boundaries: Interdisciplinary student-faculty partnerships as innovative communities of mutual learning

Working in student-faculty partnerships provides opportunities for interdisciplinary projects and teams that might otherwise be unavailable. As with any student-faculty partnership, when participants approach the project with collaboration and reciprocity, there can be unexpected moments of innovation. Continue reading

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Troubling the idea of partnership

Alise de Bie & Rille Raaper Editorial note, Cherie Woolmer, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, McMaster University The idea for this blog post grew from a number of informal conversations I’ve had with the authors, Alise de Bie and Rille Raaper. These … Continue reading

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Alan’s Tips for New Student Partners

Hello from the McMaster Connect Team! We’re delighted to share a new blog post from Alan Santinele Martino, a PhD student in Sociology and student partner at McMaster. As a student partner, Alan has been involved in two student-faculty research projects … Continue reading

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Reflections on Partnership

Christine Black & Rachel Guitman, McMaster Student Partners In this blog post we hope to outline our experiences of partnership and the rationale behind this pilot project. We are both student partners at the MacPherson Institute and we created the … Continue reading

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