Faculty, Academic Staff, and Graduate Students
Tuesday, April 18, 2023
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. | Zoom
Community-engaged researchers often struggle to engage young people or community members with the data analysis part of the research process. In this talk, the presenters will share their work implementing Youth GO, a five-step participatory approach for engaging young people (and adults) in creating and organizing qualitative data in a way that is accessible and feasible within most community and practice settings.
Topics of discussion will include:
- A background and overview of the Youth GO approach
- Strategies for in-person and virtual implementation
- Lessons learned from implementing the Youth GO approach with diverse populations, including youth living in low-income communities and sexual and gender minority youth
Sara T. Stacy, Ph.D., is a research associate at the University of Cincinnati Evaluation Services Center where she leads and supports evaluation and research projects within the intersections of education, public health, and social justice. In her position, she works with diverse stakeholders to design evaluations, collect meaningful data, and effectively synthesize findings that inspire change within program settings and systems. She earned her Ph.D. from the Ecological-Community Psychology program at Michigan State University.
Danielle Chiaramonte, Ph.D., is an associate research scientist at Yale School of Public Health in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Chiaramonte is a part of the Yale LGBTQ Mental Health Initiative and conducts community-engaged research that promotes organization and system-level change, particularly in the areas of LGBTQ mental health, sexual health, gender-based violence, and implementation science. She earned her Ph.D. from the Ecological-Community Psychology program at Michigan State University.