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Collaborations: A Journal of Community-Based Research and Practice is a peer-reviewed, open access journal, sponsored by the University of Miami and Rutgers University. It is a site for sharing research and practice emanating from university-community collaborations. It was created to highlight research that describes, examines and evaluates the many different forms of university-community collaborations.

Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2017)

Scholarly Research (Peer Reviewed)

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A Capacity Building Framework for Community-University Partnerships
Katherine S. Hogan, Jacqueline M. Tynan, Virginia J. Covill, Ryan P. Kilmer, and James R. Cook

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Latinos Unidos por la Salud: The Process of Developing an Immigrant Community Research Team
Lisa M. Vaughn, Farrah Jacquez, Jenny Zhen-Duan, Camille Graham, Daniel Marschner, Jenniffer Peralta, Haydee García, Maritza Recino, María Maya, Eufémia Maya, María Cabrera, and Inelda Ley

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Thinking and Acting both Globally and Locally: The Field School in Intercultural Education as a Model for Action-Research Training and Civic Learning
Douglas D. Perkins, Benjamin W. Fisher, Holly L. Karakos, Sharon L. Shields, Elizabeth D. Gilbert, and Meaghan M. Patterson

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Importance of Auxiliary Theories in Research on University-Community Partnerships: The Example of Psychological Sense of Community
N. Andrew Peterson, Paul W. Speer, Christina Hamme Peterson, Kristen Gilmore Powell, Peter Treitler, and Yuqi Wang

University - Community Collaborations

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Blending Community and Content Through Place-Based Science
Terri Hebert and Judith L. Lewandowski