New study examines ethics of community-engaged research from the perspective of community partners

In recent years, there’s been rapid growth in the field of community-engaged research, a model of knowledge production that partners universities with community organizations to co-develop research in response to local needs. In theory, this model can advance the service mission of public universities. But there’s been little follow-up research to assess the value and impacts of these projects from the perspective of the community partners they aim to serve.

This post was originally published on this site

Skip The Dishes Referral Code

More In Finance