This informative presentation is recommended for faculty and students with an interest in learning more about Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR). CBPR is research conducted on significant social issues, in collaboration with local residents, to provide potential solutions and contribute to long-term, sustainable change in the community.
Amy Cohen, Executive Director of the Nashman Center will open with a presentation on the foundational principles of CBPR. Then, Sara Policastro and Charleene Smith, the student winners of the Nashman Prize for CBPR at GW's Research Days will present their research studies. The session will wrap with a collective conversation about the unique rewards and challenges of CBPR.
- Monday, May 1st
- 2-2:50 pm
- Marvin Center, Room 307
- Tea and dessert reception to follow
This session is a part of the Nashman Center's Service-Learning Symposium. Click here for the full program.