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The Community-University Research Exchange (CURE) promotes community-driven social justice research. We foster collaborations between university students and grassroots community groups working for social change. Groups can submit research requests or project proposals and students can undertake those projects, often for class credit. By facilitating meaningful exchanges between students and activists, CURE strives to redefine the boundary between the university and the communities that surround it. To learn more check out the ‘About’ section of our website.

Project Categories

link to urban planning and public space categoryUrban Planning & Public Space
link to food security categoryFood Security
link to art and community categoryArt & Community
link to media and communications categoryMedia & Communications
link to indigenous solidarity and anti-colonialism categoryAnti-Colonialism & Indigenous Solidarity
link to police and prisons categoryPolice & Prisons
link to migration categoryMigration
link to gender and sexuality categoryGender & Sexuality