Community-Based Research Fellowship: Faculty Mentoring Plan

This student is applying for a Community-based Research Fellowship, a 10 week, full-time summer research fellowship of up to $6400. These fellowships are offered to students who are committed to working collaboratively with identified community partners to conduct research that addresses community-identified needs. The fellowships are offered by both the Haas Center for Public Service and the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCRSE), and they are jointly funded by the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education. Students who are awarded fellowships are expected to enroll in the spring 2016 course, URBANST123B/CSRE146: Approaching Research in the Community - Design and Methods. In this course they will develop their research plan, apply for IRB approval (if necessary), and create a memorandum of understanding with their community partner. In addition to this coursework, student fellows will receive ongoing support from Haas Center or CCSRE staff through the duration of the fellowship period.

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By completing this faculty mentoring plan form, I am demonstrating my confidence in the student’s capacity to effectively engage in self-directed, community-based research and service in a local, regional, or international community context. *