Community-University Collaborations in Research


Community-University Collaborations in Research (2019-2020)

This free for all series of events seeks to enhance dialogue between the university and community to achieve innovative ways to address health disparities in Western New York communities.

Each workshop will consist of a diverse, community-friendly panel designed to engage the audience in discussion about perceived barriers to conducting research with the communities of focus.

Attendees will gain a sense of how community engagement and inclusive research is crucial when it comes to developing new and relevant approaches to treatments and interventions.

They will also be more informed of ways to participate in these research opportunities.

Please attend to participate in an engaging discussion led by a panel of community leaders and research experts.

Light refreshments may be served! Walk-ins are welcome.

For more information, contact or 716-829-6268


Thursday, September 12 Culturally Responsive Research with Refugee, Immigrant & Latino Communities
3:00 – 5:00 PM
Room---Mellen Memorial Auditorium
Lafayette International High School
Thursday, October 10 Explorations in Mental Health: Research Perspectives
3:00 – 5:00 PM
Active Learning Room 1220,
Jacobs School
Thursday, November 7 Culturally Responsive Research Engaging the LGBTQ Community
3:00 – 5:00 PM
Room – 2220AB, Doretz Auditorium, Jacobs School

Past Series