Our Projects

Classes and Trainings

One of the CRC’s main goals is to create learning opportunities for students, community leaders, faculty, and other stakeholders. We want to help people expand their understanding of CBR, and build the skills and knowledge they need to carry out projects effectively and ethically.

In 2021, we launched the undergraduate course Community-Based Research (GNDR 3960) through Gender Studies at the University of Utah. Taught by Dr. Ana Antunes and co-designed by Anahy Salcedo, the course brings community organizations and undergraduate students together in the classroom to learn side-by-side. They build collaborative projects and then have the opportunity to implement them through a student internship. Partners who take the class receive university credits and a stipend for participation.

In 2022, we designed the self-pased online course Principles and Practices of Community-Based Research  at the University of Utah. This short class walks students through the CRC Guidelines, and is required of all applicants to the Community-Based Research Grant Program at the U.

CRC members have been leading workshops on community-based research for faculty and students over the past few years, and continue to expand our reach. In the future, we hope to develop a workshop series for faculty, a workshop series for community partners, and a training for hiring and retention/promotion/tenure committees.

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