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Grant-Writing Workshop: Community-Based Participatory Research is a Course

Grant-Writing Workshop: Community-Based Participatory Research



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THIS LISTING IS THE TBA SESSION OF THIS CLASS. To be notified when a session of this class is scheduled, or if you cannot attend the already scheduled course, please enroll in this class.

Community-based participatory research (CBPR) refers to active partnerships between communities and academic and scientific institutions conducting research. As academic research and scholarship evolves and expands to meet the needs of a changing world, new challenges and solutions arise. An emerging emphasis for both researchers and funding agencies is a focus on research methodology which integrates the principles of social, political and economic justice. When these conditions are met, research gains value and results in positive changes to communities, political practice and policy.

Participants in this workshop will better understand the basic principles of CBPR and how it may be used as a valuable tool to increase both research opportunities and financial support. Case studies will be examined to demonstrate how community partnerships connect to the teaching and research mission of the University and related funding opportunities.

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