About the CBRS Program
The Community-Based Research Scholars (CBRS) program is a selective, two-year living-learning community that emphasizes responsible and meaningful service learning through community-based research opportunities.
Housed in Hughes Hall, the CBRS program
is an intensive, living-learning community for scholars who learn how to
conduct research to inform community solutions for pressing social problems.
CBR Scholars will have a network of students, faculty, and community partners
to help identify avenues to effect social change. CBR Scholars will be trained
in research methods, research ethics, and issues relevant to the participating
nonprofit's area of focus.
In Spring, under the guidance of a faculty team, students will practice, re-examine, and deepen their classroom learning of community-based research through a large-scale project that will be co-designed with a major community partner.
Currently, the CBRS Program extends
invitations to incoming freshmen with demonstrated interest in community service,
social justice, and research.
If you are interested in getting
more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org