Policy Research Collaborative (PRC) at Roosevelt University is an applied research center that strengthens metropolitan communities by collaborating with Chicago area community partners whose mission is to alleviate societal inequalities.
Since 1945, Roosevelt University has promoted mutual understanding, inclusion, and action toward social justice. One hallmark of the Roosevelt University experience, as articulated in its mission statement, is “strong student-faculty interaction and engagement with metropolitan Chicago as both a laboratory for learning and as an expression of its commitment to social justice.”
Policy Research Collaborative (PRC) at Roosevelt University strengthens metropolitan communities by collaborating with Chicago area community partners whose mission is to alleviate societal inequalities. PRC engages in research with a goal of impacting programming and policies using a collaborative approach involving community partners, Roosevelt faculty, and students. PRC enriches and expands Roosevelt University students’ learning by providing them the opportunity to apply research skills and participate in community-engaged research projects.
Policy Research Collaborative, housed in Roosevelt University’s College of Arts & Sciences is committed to collaborating on research in the following four interrelated fields.
Policy Research Collaborative is committed to the development and implementation of a community-based, collaborative research model and approach.
Michael Maly, PhD.
Director | Prof of Sociology
email@example.com | 312-341-3769
Julie Hilvers, PhD.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 312-341-3758
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