Eat Walk Sleep Discuss: Building a Multi-Dimensional Participatory RelationshipCommunity Engagement and Research Symposia
Start Date4-11-2011 8:30 AM
End Date4-11-2011 3:30 PM
DescriptionA multi-faceted relationship has developed between UMass Worcester and the Worcester Refugee Assistance Project (WRAP). The relationship has its roots in student engagement, and has grown to include faculty, students and community members in a range of community-based participatory activities, which can be shaped in response to needs as they are identified and defined. This poster describes the different ways student engagement and community partnerships worked together in a research project.
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Citation InformationHeather-Lyn Haley, Suzanne B. Cashman, Michael A. Godkin, Meredith Walsh, et al.. "Eat Walk Sleep Discuss: Building a Multi-Dimensional Participatory Relationship" (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/suzanne_cashman/12/