Community-Based Research Grants

2017-2018 Community-Based Research (CBR) Grants:

The Fall 2017-Spring 2018 Community-Based Research (CBR) Grants is a funding program supported by the following offices at UNCG: The Office of Leadership and Service-Learning, the Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity Office, and the Graduate School.  The 2017-2018 Community-Based Research Grant RFP’s is NOW OPEN via our online application process. The deadline to apply is APRIL 9, 2017. Please contact Lauren Cunningham, Assistant Director for Service-Learning for additional information at lauren.cunningham@uncg.edu or by phone at 336-256-1085.

Click CBR RFP Guidelines & Signatures Page

Click HERE to apply.

Previously Awarded Community-Based Research Grant Projects

CBR final presentation

 

 

 

 

Cone Mill Public History Project1

 

 

Feasibility of Community Gardens for Providing Fresh Produce to Food Assistance, Inc. Participants

Faculty: Dr. Lauren Haldeman

Students: Melissa Leonard (G), Ellen Bizzell (UG)

Community Partner: Food Assistance, Inc.

 

Evaluating Participatory Budgeting in Greensboro

Faculty: Dr. Spoma Jovanovic

Students: Vincent Russell (G), Rodney Johnson (UG)

Community Partners: Greensboro Participatory Budgeting and City of Greensboro

 

Biological Markers Associated with Hypertension among the Montagnard Refugee/Immigrant Households

Faculty: Dr. Sharon Morrison and Dr. Sudha Shreeniwas

Students: Kunga Denzongpa (G), Branda Mlo (UG), Jalisa Horne (UG)

Community Partner: The Bonner Center for Community Service & Learning

 

Evaluating A Reproductive Health Intervention for Women in Treatment for Addictions

Faculty: Dr. Tracy R. Nichols

Students: Iza Reyes (G), Carissa Crews (UG), Madison Shelton (UG)

Community Partner: YWCA of Greensboro

 

Formative Evaluation of Changing Gears: A Community Program to Provide Bicycles and Safe Bicycling Skills Training to Homeless and Near Homeless Individuals

Faculty: Dr. Mark Schulz

Students: Laura Rolke (G), Alicia Mayhand (UG)

Community Partner: Bicycling in Greensboro (BIG)

 

Development of Comprehensive Neighborhood Housing Assessment Surveys for Greensboro

Faculty: Dr. Stephen Sills

Students: Antony Lynn Cochran (G), Anastasia Shymanovich (UG), Zechariah Etheridge (UG)

Community Partners: Community Housing Solutions, Greensboro Housing Coalition, City of Greensboro

 

To read about additional CBR projects completed by research teams click here