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Community Based Research Workshop

Date and time: 
February 19, 2015 - 9:00am - 11:00am

Humphrey School, Rm 170
301 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455

(Note Rm 170 is entered through Suite 130)

Has your organization ever had something you wanted to know but didn’t have the time to find out? Ever wonder how working with CURA and a student researcher could help? Just want to know what Community Based Research (CBR) is?  If so, then, we’re excited to invite you to an engaging, interactive session on Community Based Research. What is it? How do you do it? What are the benefits? We’ll consider these and many other questions. The workshop is February 19, 9-11am. Click here to register for the workshop.

Learn more about Community Based Research:

  • How CBR can be a tool to achieving your mission
  • How to think about a research question
  • See example projects
  • Brainstorm project ideas with peer organizations
  • Hear about CURA’s process
  • Learn about other CURA resources
  • Get the scoop on application writing tips ahead of the March 15 deadline

Register for the workshop and submit an RFP:

The Nelson Program is generously funded by the McKnight Foundation.