In August 2014, CCREC offered a 3-day intensive training opportunity to introduce graduate students and early career scholars to theories, methods, ethics, and democratic aspects of collaborative research. Through seminars, roundtables, and hands-on workshops, participants developed skills and knowledge to begin engaging in equity-oriented community-based collaborative research. All sessions were facilitated by experienced collaborative researchers (both university- and community-based).
Number of participants was limited to 25, with a cost of $350 including meals, or $500 with meals and accommodation.
- Chris Benner, Associate Professor of Community and Regional Development at the University of California, Davis
- Robin DeLugan, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Merced, and Co-Chair of Community University Research and Action for Justice
- Ronald David Glass, Associate Professor of Philosophy of Education at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and PI/Director of CCREC
- Adrián Félix, Assistant Professor of Latin American and Latino Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz
- George Lipsitz, Professor of Black Studies and Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara; Board of Directors, National Fair Housing Alliance; and Chairman of Board of Directors, African American Policy Forum
- Ellen Reese, Associate Professor of Sociology and Chair of Labor Studies at the University of California, Riverside
- Why collaborative research? Why Equity-Oriented Collaborative Community-Based Research (EOCCBR)?
- Building collaborative relationships with community members, community-based organizations, and academic faculty and researchers
- Collaborative methodologies
- Interpretation of findings in a collaborative context
- Publishing and dissemination of findings in a collaborative context
- Equity-orientation of research
- New media and collaborative research
- Public learning processes (community organizing/mobilizing)
- Ethics and epistemology
- Data and democracy
- Feedback & support on your projects/ideas (this includes the opportunity to advance your own ideas & current projects within a community of interdisciplinary colleagues, peers and experienced collaborative researchers (both academic & community-based)
- Examples of EOCCBR
Cick here to see the institute flyer.