Doctoral candidate Katherine Newhouse co-presented, "Come co-produced with us!
Attending to multimodal embodiments with court involved youth" at the Penn Ethnography Forum as part of the Reimagining Futures Research team and will be presenting "Small Space, Big Moments: Understanding spatialized experiences of youth and adults in restricted educational settings" at the Invisible College conference in conjunction with the American Education Research Association in April.
Both presentations build from her research, which focuses on the experiences of youth who are receiving special education services and/or youth who are involved in the juvenile justice system. Taking up a qualitative research methodology Katherine is studying educational spaces from within the special education and juvenile justice system to better understand how they are created and maintained by youth and adults. Katherine brings her commitment and deep understanding of research methods to her adjunct teaching with the MS in Professional Writing program, in particular the fall elective course "Writing and Social Science Research."