Do you wonder if another person is also interested in your idea topic?Information about Hobart and William Smith Colleges Community Based Research Projects
Look below to see if any research has been done on your topic that might help you put together your idea proposal.
Community Based Research Projects are coordinated by the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL) in collaboration with local community partners and HWS faculty advisors. Community partners typically identify needs within their organizations and then CCESL works to pair the organization or project with a faculty member. Students must apply for community based research opportunities and receive faculty and site approval. Once enrolled in a community based research project, the student will work with the faculty sponsor to establish academic goals, including written assignments, projects and/or presentations. The faculty sponsor will meet weekly with the student and will be in contact with the community partner concerning progress made on the project. All community based researchers meet monthly to explore the concepts and implications of service-learning and participatory research and are expected to present at the Engaged Scholarship Forum where research is shared with the campus and extended community.
Thank you to the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning at Hobart and William Smith College
for compiling all of the great student community based research projects for the Innovation Hub!