The Power of Partnership: Forming Strong Research and Community Partnerships This forum highlights six research teams from Kauffman’s Community Engaged Research Cohort who share their experiences in designing research with partnerships in mind, forming strong community partnerships, as well as the challenges or pitfalls that other researchers should be aware of before engaging in this approach to research production. Watch the full forum below. Share: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter WATCH: “Kauffman Entrepreneurship Issue Forum: Forming Strong Research and Community Partnerships” | 1:26:21 Few researchers or community leaders are taught how to initiate and sustain community-engaged partnerships; however, engaged research – which includes community-engaged research, research-practice-partnerships, and research co-production methodologies – has been shown to produce research findings that are often more reflective of, and usable by, communities themselves. This forum was facilitated by Kauffman Senior Program Officer in Entrepreneurship Chhaya Kolavalli. Participants included Dale Fickett, Elsie L. Harper-Anderson, Julie Hui, Mikaiil Hussein, Deloyd Parker, Lutalo Sanifu, Sigmund Shipp, Alisha Small, Gretchen Susi, Udayan Tandon, Jacob Wagner, and Pedro Zamora. Webinar was recorded September 2022.