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 […]
Kim Radda, Research Associate who is part of the Good Oral Health Project team, recently joined The Connecticut Oral Health Initiative’s Board of Directors. Kim also serves as a Co-Chair for the Statewide Older Adult Oral Health Consortium. The Connecticut Oral Health Initiative (COHI) is a state-wide collaborative of dental professionals, business and community leaders who […]
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 […]
Drs. Jean and Stephen Schensul (ICR and UCONN-UCHC) were among six professors invited to teach in a special experimental higher education program at Fudan University, Shanghai, China, summer 2015. Their interactive 12 session course on global health was offered to a class of 22 undergraduate students, and 2 high school students. Student groups analyzed selected […]
ICR researchers have some new publications for 2015! Check out all our publications at https://icrweb.org/sharing-our-work/publications/
Maitra S, Brault MA, Schensul SL, Schensul JJ, Nastasi BK, Verma RK & Burleson JA. (2015) “An Approach to Mental Health in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Case Example from Urban India”, International Journal of Mental Health, 44:3, 215-230.
Mosher HI, […]
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 impact […]