This research project will explore the past three decades of community engagement by examining the historical evolution of three affiliated research organizations at CU Boulder: CEDER, CYE, and CEDaR. Research students will conduct interviews and present findings in an exhibit and publish the results as a journal paper. A total of four students will help with this project: two will be engaged in primary data collection and two will design the exhibit based on data analysis. Students in the fall will have the opportunity to continue their work into the spring semester. The collaborative student team promotes the inclusion of diverse perspectives and skills, as well as collaborative energy.
Research assistants (RA) participate in research design, data collection, analysis, writing, and presenting. As a CEDaR RA, you will gain mentorship in theories and methods of community-engaged design, while tackling social and environmental issues.
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This research project is sponsored by an Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) grant from the Office of undergraduate education