The Center for Community Design Research (CCDR) provides technical assistance, educational programs, and research projects that build community capacity to manage sustainable futures
SUNY College of Environment Science and Forestry
Smith College faculty and staff are investigating the challenges economically disadvantaged youths face as they transition from high school to young adult life
Researchers at Mississippi State University and Woodward Hines Educational Foundation seek to Give voice to community members in low social capital groups and Establish or expand civic infrastructure through a loosely organized network of national and com
Mississippi State University
Through this two-year project, university and community researchers will engage in Participatory Action Research to examine economic resiliency and vitality options through the lens of sustainable, bottom-up arts based economic development.
Fielding Graduate University
This project highlights the urgent need for more affordable housing in Philadelphia through centering the funds of knowledge of the neighborhood residents to generate meaningful conversations with the community
This project will enhance the county’s civic infrastructure, expand research skills and knowledge throughout the community, and mobilize collective action on a critical social problem facing the community.