Building Resilient Communities Research
The Building Resilient Communities (BRC) team thinks part of helping our local communities involves research. We are continuously evaluating our efforts to assure we are being as effective as possible. We also attempt to share our efforts and results with the larger research community in hopes that we can help others doing similar work or maybe even inspire them to start doing this work! Below you will find examples of what we have shared with the research community.
- Frederick, A.F., Romans, J. (2015, August) Using community psychology to create an interdisciplinary team to address rural systemic poverty. Conversation hour at American Psychological Association Annual Conference. Toronto, ON.
- Yavorski, J., Frederick, A. F., Moore, E. (2015, August) See a need, fill a need: Results of a university-community partnership needs assessment. Poster presentation American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Toronto, ON. Click here to view poster. Click here to view handout.
- Frederick, A.F., Romans, J., Croff, J. (2015, February) Building Resilient Communities: The creation of an interdisciplinary team to address rural systemic poverty. Presentation at International Conference on Poverty, Globalization and Schooling: A Holistic Approach. Orlando, FL. Click here to view.
- Frederick, A.F., Yavorski, J. (2015, February) Who are you again? Unique challenges in conducting a community needs assessment in a rural impoverished community. Poster Presentation at Oklahoma State University Research Week. Stillwater, OK. Click here to view poster. Click here to view handout.