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Sponsored by Learn and Serve America
Friday, March 3, 2006 - Saturday, March 4, 2006

Sponsored by Learn and Serve AmericaSponsored by Learn and Serve America

The California State University has long been recognized for its faculty who are engaged in community scholarship through service learning, community-based research, creative activity, and other means. In March 2006, the CSU launched the first systemwide Conference on Community-Based Research bringing together more than 200 faculty and their research partners engaged in community scholarship together to increase the effectiveness of their involvement by enhancing their skills as researchers.

Conference Goals

  • Foster research collaboration across campuses, disciplines, and approaches
  • Share research methods and results
  • Deepen understanding of research on service-learning pedagogy and other forms of engagement
  • Expand skills and knowledge of community-based participatory research

Format

2006 CSU CBR Conference Program
The 2-day conference featured half-day workshops by invited presenters; intermittent open forums, determined by conference registrants; and panel discussion sessions, for which we issued a general call for proposals.

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Last Updated: July 26, 2010