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Established in 2009 and housed in the Psychology Department of LMU’s Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, People’s Applied Research Center (PARC) is a grant-funded center that collaborates with a variety of community-based organizations and groups to inform social change and community empowerment through applied, action-oriented research. This presentation will provide an overview of a sample of PARC’s community-based participatory research projects which are primarily focused on a variety of social justice issues in underserved communities of color addressing inequity, disproportionality, and disparity issues.
Jennifer Abe, Vice President of Intercultural Affairs, LMU
Cheryl Grills, Director, Psychology Applied Research Center, LMU
Sandra Villanueva, Associate Director, Psychology Applied Research Center, LMU
Diane Terry, Senior Research Associate, Psychology Applied Research Center, LMU
Peter Rej, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Psychology Applied Research Center, LMU
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