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Youth researcher presents findings

The Joseph A. Zita Memorial Lecture Series: Community Development through the Arts: Making the Connections
Jean J. Schensul and Colleen L. Coleman

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ICR Research Associate Heather Mosher's Recent Publications

Heather co-edited a special issue on public ethnography with Phillip Vannini
Public Ethnography: An Introduction to the Special Issue

Heather also authored an individual article in this special issue of Qualitative Research journal
A Question of Quality: The Art/Science of Doing Collaborative Public Ethnography

The Institute for Community Research conducts research in collaboration with community partners to promote justice and equity in a diverse, multiethnic, multicultural world. We engage in and support community-based research partnerships to reverse inequities, promote positive changes in public health and education, and foster cultural conservation and development. Communities worldwide are working to access resources and develop the skills needed to direct and control their own futures. Through the use of community-based research, ICR is narrowing the gap between research and practice by working with real communities on real issues.



Warmth and Creativity: The Hudson Family Quilts
October 30 - December 19, 2014

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Are Asian American Students Immune to Substance Abuse?
Learn about students' research on the "Model Minority"

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