Community Research Unit

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The Community Research Unit (CRU), based in the Faculty of Arts, connects community groups and University of Regina faculty and students through

  • research,
  • service-learning,
  • and other collaborative activities.

These partnerships seek answers to community questions to foster positive action and change. The CRU fosters and facilitates community engaged scholarship.

News

Reconciliation and the Media

In response to the TRC Calls for Action, a group of journalists and community members have come together to host the Reconciliation and the Media gathering in Saskatoon on October 4-5, 2016. The intent is to build bridges between media organization managers, working journalists, and Indigenous people, and together find paths to a renewed relationship. We are proud to help sponsor this event. Register here!

Registration for second Fall Toolkit Workshops is now open!

Grant & Proposal Writing: This course is designed for individuals tasked with developing funding proposals to granting agencies, in order to support projects or ongoing programming. What will you come away with? We will train you to think strategically in the development of your project proposal. As well, you will gain key insights into what funding agencies are looking for in their project submission calls.

We offer the Toolkit Workshop Series along with RPIRG, STOPS to Violence, and the U of R Career & Professional Development Office. You can register online, or learn more here.