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Community Based Research - Project Implementation Grant Pilot Program

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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.

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New Guidance on Building Community-Campus Research Partnerships

Community-based research (CBR) is in high demand. More and more, communities and academic researchers are partnering in order to learn about and address real-world issues. A new report from the Community Research Collaborative offers advice for both community-based and campus-based people who want to do collaborative research.

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The Faculty Small Grant Program (FSGP) seeks to support significant research and creative scholarly projects in colleges that experience difficulty obtaining extramural funding. This program will provide faculty

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Intramural Funding

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The primary objective of the Community-Based Research Program (CBR) is to provide funding for research/scholarly projects that aim to produce sustainable, effective social action or

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Last Updated: 4/13/21