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An Honors Interdisciplinary Community-Based Research Course
BACKGROUND Community-Based Research (CBR) is an important extension and development of existing community service learning (Stoecker). CBR has as its emphasis research questions asked or needed byExpand
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A Cost Benefit Analysis from Instructor, Community Partner, and Student Perspectives: Cabrini College CBR Courses Merge Service, Education, and Research
Two community-based research (CBR) courses—Watershed Citizenship and Watershed Ecology—were piloted at Cabrini College in southeastern Pennsylvania. Expand
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Beyond Improved Retention: Building Value-Added Success on a Broad Foundation
Many have documented the positive benefits of Living and Learning Communities (LLCs), but creating an environment that truly integrates living and learning across campus can be a challenge. In thisExpand
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The Crabby Creek Initiative: Building and Sustaining An Interdisciplinary Community Partnership
In this article, we identify the steps and strategies that emerged through an interdisciplinary, community-based participatory research (CBPR) project—the Crabby Creek Initiative. The Initiative wasExpand
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Interdisciplinary Community-Based Research: A Sum of Disparate Parts
For faculty committed to socially responsible community engagement, the process of interdisciplinary course design and assessment can be charged and challenging. At Cabrini College, faculty areExpand
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Foregrounding Relationships: Using Deliberative Dialogue and Engaged Justice in a Living and Learning Community
This article examines relational ways of knowing–a concept both broad and deep–as a strategy we have infused throughout our design of one first-year Living and Learning Community (LLC). As outlinedExpand
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