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Academic Support The Center for Community Research and Service's primary academic partner is the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy & Administration Those interested in learning more about the Biden School's degree programs are encouraged to visit the respective section on the school's site:
Assistantships and Internships The Biden School's Center for Community Research & Service works to create more just and equitable communities and enhance the well-being of underserved populations in Delaware and beyond. Our research engages with communities and the health and social service systems serving them, thereby contributing to identifying solutions and improving policy. Our public service strengthens the ability of our partners to improve the wellbeing of their communities. Our teaching and professional development builds and supports community leaders and researchers. Many experiences relate directly to UD's Community Engagement Initiative. Student assistantships and internships are available across a wide variety of areas of focus, traditionally including:
Contact Us For more information about student assistantship and internship opportunities with the Center for Community Research and Service, contact Signe Bell.
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Student Groups affiliated with the Biden School – the Biden School Student Association, the Biden School Journal of Public Policy, International Association of Emergency Managers at UD, and International City/County Management Association Student Chapter at UD – offer options for student networking while participating in meaningful activities. More information about student groups is available from the Biden School.
Forms, Tools, and Other Resources Biden School students can explore myriad resources to support their academic journey via the Biden School resources webpage , in person at 184 Graham Hall or by email
Faculty & Professional Staff Mentors CCRS personnel serve as resources to students by providing assistantship and internship opportunities annually, by supporting student learning both formally and informally, and by mentoring a network of current and former students affiliated with the Center.
UD GIS DAY CCRS students have the opportunity to participate in the University's GIS Day with encouragement and support from CCRS researchers. UD GIS Day provides an opportunity for students to showcase research projects using a geographic information system.
Literature Review Guide Developed by a Biden School alumni during her tenure with the University, the Literature Review Guide - Revised v.2. 0.pdf provides
information on conducting a systemic literature review – a task
inherent to any form of graduate work, be it coursework or research.
Non-University Resources BioMed Central offers a video tutorial on conducting a PubMed literature review.
Contact Us For more information about resources for current students, contact Signe Bell.