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CTSI Community Engagement Program and Leadership Receive Chancellor's Award



UCLA CTSI News Archive

Dr. Arleen Brown and the Community Engagement and Research Program has received the inaugural UCLA Chancellor's Award for Community-Engaged Research, to develop a new undergraduate research course on community engagement. This award allows for curriculum development of an undergraduate course on methods and strategies for community-engaged research, partnering students with local community organizations throughout Los Angeles County. The course will build on the extensive academic-community partnerships of CERP, and unique community leader partnerships, to train a new cohort of students in research methods that can benefit the communities of LA. 

Read the full stories in the UCLA Newsroom and UCLA College press releases. U Health's press release includes an interview with Dr. Brown on these achievements.