CBR Fellows

Graduate Fellowship in Community Based Research

Feb. 28, 2020

UPDATE (4/19/20): CU Engage has made the difficult decision to suspend our call for proposals for the Graduate Fellowship in Community-Based Research. The current May 15 deadline is postponed. This decision is due to the COVID-19-related budget uncertainty on campus and our need to be cautious about funding commitments for...

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Update re Graduate Fellowship in Community-Based Research

Dec. 16, 2019

UPDATE on CBR Fellowship Applications and Funding (4/19/20): CU Engage has made the difficult decision to suspend our call for proposals for the Graduate Fellowship in Community-Based Research. The current May 15 deadline is postponed. This decision is due to the COVID-19-related budget uncertainty on campus and our need to...

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Public Achievement Creates More Equitable Pathways for Emerging Leaders

Dec. 12, 2019

CU Boulder’s Public Achievement program is creating innovative pathways for students of color and first generation college students to become leaders on campus and in their communities. Public Achievement’s (PA) undergraduate students at CU Boulder serve as “coaches” (experiential educators) with local middle and high school-aged youth in Boulder and...

CBR 2019 FELLOWS

Graduate Fellows Explore Diverse Community-Based Research Partnerships

Nov. 21, 2019

CU Engage is excited to be working with our 2019-2020 group of Community-Based Research Graduate Fellows in pursuit of mutually-beneficial academic research developed with our community partners. “I’m excited to be part of a group of committed graduate students that are placing community needs at the center of their research,”...

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New book features authentic, intersectional approach to diversity and inclusion in higher education

Oct. 25, 2019

Plus two upcoming opportunities to engage with the editors and authors behind this powerful new book Friends and colleagues, Johanna Maes and Elena Sandoval-Lucero, found they were often looking for a tool to use in their classes that could aid in grappling with the provocative and often painful situations that...

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Apply Now for the CU Dialogues Faculty Fellowship

Oct. 23, 2019

The CU Dialogues Faculty Fellowship aims to encourage CU Boulder faculty (tenure track or instructors) to incorporate dialogue principles and practices into existing courses by providing resources and support. The fellowship runs from January 2020 through December 2021. A “notes from the field” style report is due by May 2021...

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Trailblazer in Public Interest Communications to Visit, Speak at CU Boulder

Oct. 21, 2019

Ann Christiano , the Frank Karel Chair in Public Interest Communications and the Director of the Center for Public Interest Communications at the University of Florida, will be at CU Boulder October 23 and 24 to connect and speak with members of the campus community about the emerging field of...

Don't Miss this Year's Inspiring Community-Engaged Scholarship Student Showcase During Research and Innovation Week

Don't Miss this Year's Inspiring Community-Engaged Scholarship Student Showcase During Research and Innovation Week

Oct. 6, 2019

CU Engage and the Office of Outreach and Engagement invite you to attend an inspiring and informative session at this October's Research and Innovation Week , the Community-Engaged Scholarship Student Showcase . Several CU Engage graduate and undergraduate students, together with the Engaged Arts and Humanities scholars, will present their...

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The Community Foundation of Boulder County Celebrates "Community Thought Leaders" from CU Engage

The Community Foundation of Boulder County recently featured CU Engage facutly and staff Karen Ramirez and Manuela Sifuentes in a story highlighting "community thought leaders." CU Dialogues works to advance diversity and inclusion as well as to create a sense of belonging in CU Boulder classrooms and other spaces. You...

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Doctoral Student to Attend UN "Transforming Economies for Better Jobs" Conference in Thailand

July 18, 2019

CU Boulder doctoral student Tafadzwa Tivaringe recently received a prestigious invitation from the United Nations to attend the WIDER Development conference this September in Thailand. The invitation came as a result of his years spent working in Cape Town and his CU Boulder doctoral research, which includes a recent peer-reviewed...

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