The division works to stimulate collaboration, identify synergy and broadly promote the science of community engaged research.
The 3 credit-hour, graduate level, online course provides students with tools to explore the philosophy and techniques of Community-Engaged Research (CEnR) through connected learning and social media.
The Division of Community Engagement and the Center for Clinical and Translational Research will fund three undergraduate community-engaged research fellowship awards for research projects mentored by VCU faculty and carried out in collaboration with a community partner.
Community-engaged research creates an opportunity for researchers to gain valuable insight from community partners. Hear experienced researchers and community partners explain how community-engaged research benefits both the researcher and community.
Successful community engaged research goes beyond strengthening partnerships and conducting research. It involves disseminating the findings within the discipline and in the community.