Does your community-based organization have a public health project they want to launch? Are they trying to find ways to partner with the UCONN Department of Public Health Sciences? Come to this meeting and let the Community Research Alliance (CRA) help you to acheive your goals, one connection and funding opportunity at a
Jean J. Schensul is one of two people receiving Honorary Doctorates of Humane Letters at North Carolina State University at its 2016 May 7th Commencement, Raleigh, NC. The Honorary Doctorate recognizes lifetime accomplishments in areas deemed significant by the university. Her Honorary Doctorate recognizes her contributions in the area of research for social
The completion of the Ethnographer’s Toolkit (2nd edition) was celebrated at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Vancouver, Canada, March 28 – April 2, 2016. Three sessions offered presentations by Toolkit authors and editors. The first session focused on methodological extensions of the books and chapters; the second on community based research
Check out our webinar on Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR):
This 90-minute recorded webinar was developed for the Oregon Public Health Division to provide an introduction to YPAR for their grantees.
YPAR is a promising evidence-based program for youth serving organizations (schools, government, local public health departments, or community-based organizations) to authentically engage youth in policies and programs that
West Hartford high school students in the youth-led Lead by Example campaign, facilitated by ICR, hosted an event for parents of middle school students. “Opening Lines: A Student-Led Workshop for Parents on Talking with your Teen About Substance Use” grew out of youth research that found that effective parent-teen communication played an important role in shaping peer norms