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Community Based Research – Project Implementation Grant Pilot Program

Community Based Research – Project Implementation Grant Pilot Program
Deadline: Friday, July 1st, 2022
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The Community-Based Research (CBR) Grants Program at the University of Utah seeks to support research partnerships between academic researchers and community-based partners that inquire into and address real-world issues through an approach rooted in equity and inclusion. The University of Utah recognizes the value of CBR as a method for enriching our understanding of the world while also increasing social impact by advancing scientific knowledge within contextualized practice, guiding community and economic development, impacting policy, fostering learning, supporting organizing and movement building, and enhancing trust between academic institutions and communities harmed by past research. 

CBR Project Implementation Grants are designed to support projects that are based in an established partnership with community partners and have been designed in collaboration with partners. This call for proposals is a pilot launch of the CBR Project Implementation grant program. Future program details, deadlines, etc. are subject to change based on feedback from the pilot launch. Information for applicants seeking grants to support the formation of new community partnerships will be provided later in the 2022-2023 academic year. Applicants to the CBR Project Implementation grant program are highly encouraged to complete the “Principles and Practices  of Community-Based Research (CBR) at the University of Utah” REd course prior to applying for any CBR Program.

Applications for the pilot launch of this program are due by 11:59pm on Friday, July 1st, 2022. Full program details, eligibility requirements, and application materials are found HERE. Please contact Tyler Matsamas in the VPR Office with any questions.

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Last Updated: 5/9/22