Photo shows Aarabhi Rajendiran; woman with long dark hair wearing a black sweater.

Reflections on Community Engaged Research: Interview with Aarabhi Rajendiran

Aarabhi Rajendiran is a PhD Candidate in Public Health and is working on evaluating a population health intervention that aims to help bridge the gap in access to health and social services amongst children and families in Guelph, Ontario. At the Research Shop, Aarabhi is a Project Manager who has worked with community organizations in Guelph and the surrounding Wellington Region to conduct evaluations of programs and youth need assessments in rural communities.

CESI Hiring Communications Assistant

We are looking to fill a student position for the Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 semesters! Our Communications Assistant will support research communications, lead on our accessibility strategy, and work with CESI staff to review, edit and create content for our online platforms (including the CESI website) to help make our activities more visible and accessible.

This position will commence in September 2020. The successful student must commit to two full semesters (Fall 2020 and Winter 2021).

CESI Invites Collaborations With New, Past, and Current Community Partners

Although our physical office is closed due to COVID-19, CESI remains as active as ever! All staff are working remotely, and our program areas are continuing to operate virtually. During this stage of remote work, CESI continues to explore new and ongoing partnerships with community organizations to collaboratively tackle community research questions.

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