Nelson Program Annual Report Highlights Four Semesters of Community-Based Research
CURA is proud to release our annual report for the Kris Nelson Community Based Research Program. It covers 4 semesters of projects from September 2014 to January 2016.
We highlight a number of community-based research projects and give short snippets about all the projects we undertook. It gives a sense of the diverse array of projects that CURA sponsors and the great work of the University of Minnesota student researchers and community organizations with whom we partner. This is also a great resource if your organization is looking for projects ideas or inspiration for your own work.
To find out how to be included in our next annual report or for more information on the Nelson Program, contact Jeff Corn.
More about the Kris Nelson Community Based Research Program
The Nelson Program connects the community to the University of Minnesota through community-driven applied research. It is a unique opportunity for community organizations to engage with the University to co-create research approaches. The research and technical needs of organizations are matched with student research assistants to carry out community-defined and guided projects.