- Workshops, Talks, Events
- Prospective Students
- Projects & Papers
The Graduate Certificate in Participatory Research (GCPR) is an interdisciplinary certificate program for graduate students at UNC Chapel Hill seeking training in the theoretical bases, rationale, methodologies, challenges, and motivations for carrying out research in equitable partnership with communities, instead of on communities.
For an overview of the GCPR program, please view the following presentation: Overview of the UNC Graduate Certificate in Participatory Research
Transforming the University? (Video of panel discussion with Geni Eng, Arturo Escobar and Della Pollock)
Please join us as Professor Leslie Robertson and Professor Terre Satterfield draw from their collaborative / participatory research projects with First Nations people of Western Canada to discuss new methods (Monday) and to stimulate a discussion of the significance of participatory research (Tuesday). There will be two events co-sponsored by the Graduate Certificate in Participatory Research, Carolina Center for Public Service, and the Department of Anthropology.
Monday February 1st (12:30 — 2:00 PM, Pleasants Family Room, Wilson Library): Collaborative / Participatory Research: Past Lessons, Current Projects
Tuesday February 2nd (3:30 — 5:15 PM, Alumni Building Room 207): The Turn to Participatory / Collaborative Research: Significance for the Disciplines