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Celebrate & Inspire: CRIS welcome event 2021
The Community Research Initiative's 2021-22 Welcome event, celebrating last year's collaborations to inspire next cohort of students, is now available to be watched in full.
Bite-size Student Story: Yanxun
Yanxun Shi, a MSc International Real Estate and Planning student, talks about her first two knowledge exchange meetings with partner organisations.
Bite-size Student Story: Eva
Eva Sheppard, a MSc Environment, Politics and Society student, tells us all about her consultation with Anne.
Research news: CRIS 2020-21
Here’s the list of collaborative projects from last year’s partnerships:Zoe Schott, MSc International Public Policy & Dimitrios Tourountsis, Brook Young People
Organisation story: Bohdana from The Mix
Bohdana, Data Evaluation & Insights Manager at The Mix, talks about the organisation’s collaboration with CRIS students from the 2019-20 cohort.
Developing a collaboration: Zoe
Zoe Schott is an International Public Policy MSc student at UCL Department of Political Science this academic year. She is also one of the first 2020/21 CRIS students to set up a research agreement with a community partner.
Developing a collaboration: Sigrid
Sigrid Duekilde is doing her MSc Anthropology, Environment and Development with UCL Anthropology Department this academic year. She is also one of the first CRIS students from this cohort to set up a research agreement with a community partner.
"I think the moment the dialogue between CRIS and my supervisor started, it pushed me where I needed to be, where I wanted to go"
Paulina Pérez-Duarte Mendiola did her MSc Medical Anthropology with UCL Anthropology Department last academic year (2019/2020). Originally a clinical paediatrician, Paulina worked with CRIS to develop her ideas of making a difference with her research into the use of play in paediatric healthcare.
Bite-size Student Story: Martin
Martín Robles, a Public Administration and Management MPA student, discusses his consultation meeting with Anne.
Bite-size Student Story: Sigrun
Sigrun Clark, studying Population Health, reflects on her first knowledge exchange meeting with a partner organisation.