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CCREC is a University of California multicampus research program and initiative that links inter/trans-disciplinary university researchers, community-based organizations, and policymakers in Equity-Oriented Collaborative, Community-Based Research projects to achieve creative solutions to the interrelated challenges in the economy, education, employment, environment, food systems, housing, and public health. CCREC is committed to incubating and supporting ethically informed collaborative research, preparing a new generation of engaged scholars and community leaders, and creating institutional capacity to build this emergent field.
Emily Ozer received her Ph.D from UC-Berkeley in 1999 in clinical psychology with an emphasis on community psychology. As an Associate Professor at the UC-Berkeley School of Public Health, she teaches graduate courses in behavioral science theory, mental health, community interventions, and program evaluation. Her research interests include school-based health promotion and prevention programs, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and community-based participatory research. She is partic... Read More