Research Shop Project Provides Example of Evidence-Based Change for Impact

At CESI, we believe that community engaged scholarship (CES) has the potential to offer high impact to both community partners and researchers and to spark positive, evidence-informed change within the community. CES is a “collaboration between institutions of higher education and their larger communities for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity" (Jordan, 2007).

4 Student Positions Available at CESI - Apply by April 10th!

Join our team! The Community Engaged Scholarship Institute (CESI) is hiring four graduate students for the following positions: 

CIRCLE-CESI Research Assistant

  • Supporting a study aiming to improve health access for international students, with a specific focus on qualitative and quantitative data analysis.

Research Shop Assistant [General]

#BiteBack Social Media Takeover to Promote Awareness of Food Insecurity

Throughout March and April, CESI and Feeding 9 Billion's social media will be partially taken over to promote the #BiteBack Campaign. This initiative aims to promote education and awareness on the issue of food insecurity which is a significant problem facing many university students.

Managing Researcher Self-Care While Working with Sensitive Research: A Retrospective from a Science Shop Project

This blog post was written by student researchers from the Research Shop. Below, they reflect on managing their own care while working on projects with potentially sensitive and intense subject matter. Their work on this project and reflections throughout fact have expanded our understanding and practices of care in the research context at CESI. We will build on this work as we move forward and actively work to create a workplace culture that is humane, accessible, and enabling for all.  

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