Faculty mentors Community-Based Research Fellows

Community-Based Research Fellowship awards a stipend to undergraduate students to do community-based research over the course of 1 or 2 semesters under the guidance of a faculty mentor and community partner. This year two School of Social Work faculty members served as mentors. The projects were:


Mariam Abdelwahab, Communication Major, graduating Fall 2016

Faculty Mentor: Sara Goodkind

Community Partner: Gwen's Girls

Research Title: Analysis of Girl's Health Data at Gwen's Girls


Shruti Revankar, Neuroscience Major, graduating Spring 2016

Faculty Mentor: Cynthia Bradley-King

Community Partner: Amachi Pittsburgh

Research Title:  Providing At-Risk Youth the Tools to Build Bridges for Their Future


Read more about the Community-Based Research Fellowship on the Honors College website.