Community-Based Participatory Research Scholars and Awards Program
This program is provided by the Community Engagement Core Resource (CECR).
The Community Based Participatory Research Scholars and Awards Program is an innovative training and pilot funding opportunity for Columbia University faculty and administrators of not-for-profit organizations serving Upper Manhattan and The Bronx. The CBPR Program is designed to foster community-engaged research by giving participants structured training and practical experience in CBPR methodology. Up to five academic-community dyads are selected for the course. Academic-community co-instructors teach the CBPR course to model the partnership process. Upon completion of the training course, dyads are eligible to apply for a one-year CBPR pilot award of $30,000.
Academic-community partnered pairs will receive:
- Training course in CBPR methodology (ten mandatory sessions totaling 25 hours)
- Opportunity to apply for pilot funding of $30,000
- Expert pre-reviews of drafts of their CBPR pilot project proposals
- Access to other Irving Institute services and programs
Course Dates, Time, and Location
The course meets for ten sessions from 4pm - 6:30pm at Columbia Community Partnership for Health located at 390 Fort Washington Avenue, NYC, 10033 on the following dates:
- September 10, 17, 24
- October 15, 22, 29
- November 12, 19
- December 3, 10
In addition to the in-person seminars, participants will undertake independent reading and writing exercises outside of class.
For a full description of the CBPR Program including information on the course structure, learning modules, partnership requirement, and pilot funding opportunity, see our overview. This document is for reference only. Applications must be submitted online.
Applications for the CBPR Program are now being accepted. Applications are due Friday, August 2, 2019.
The CBPR Scholars & Awards Program is open to all Columbia research faculty with a title of Assistant Professor or above.
Health, Social Service and/or Faith-Based Organization (Community) applicants must hold the title of Executive Director or other high level administrator at an non-profit organization serving upper Manhattan (e.g., Harlem, Washington Heights, Inwood) and/or The Bronx.
Applicants are required to apply in academic-community partnerships. The Irving Institute assists with the identification of potential academic/community partners. Applicants are encouraged to discuss their areas of interest far in advance of the application deadline.
The CBPR Program is offered at no cost to all admitted participants.
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