Advance Social Justice through Community-Based Research
The Community-Based Research (CBR) Certificate provides opportunities for students who are interested in graduate studies or a career in social justice. CBR students will contribute to research that positively impacts the communities in which they live, work, and engage. In the Community-Based Research Certificate program, students will have the opportunity to develop and fine-tune their research skills, collaborate with faculty and community partners, and apply research theories while advancing social action and social change.
Objectives for students who pursue this certificate include
- Gain research skills through collaboration with faculty and community partners
- Participate with research teams to integrate classroom knowledge with field research
- Complete a community-based research project and present research findings to community partners, faculty and students
- Gain necessary research skills in preparation for graduate work
- Develop skills and approaches to advance social justice through evidence-based advocacy
The Community-Based Research Certificate requires 18 credit hours of coursework. To learn more about specific requirements, click here.
For more information regarding the Community-Based Research Certificate, contact Professor Tiffani Lennon at 303.871.6812 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2012-2013 CBR Honors Cohort:
2011 CBR Project: Colorado's Homeless and the Impact of the AND Program. View the report and presentation.