Community Assistance Research (CARe)

Community Assistance Research (CARE)

 

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CARE is a Community-Academic Partnership that aims to improve the lives of low and middle income populations in the DFW area through evidence-based research. Building interdisciplinary, multi-institution, community-based collaborations is essential to this agenda. 

CARE is built upon a model of mentored student involvement with collaborating faculty and staff from diverse disciplines. Contact one of our collaborating faculty to find out more, or fill out our Scholar form and someone will contact you shortly.

 

 

 

News

Second Gupta Cyber Professor in Six Months Awarded Patent

Ismail Guneydas, an adjunct instructor in the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business Cybersecurity program, has recently been awarded a U.S. patent -- the second U.S. patent received by a Cybersecurity faculty member in UD's Cybersecurity program in a 6-month period.

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Economics Professor Leads Academic-Community Partnership

Last fall, Crossroads Community Services received the BUILD Health Challenge award to advance affordable nutrition and health services in low-income communities. Along with several Dallas-area health care services, the University of Dallas has supported this project, with Associate Professor of Economics Tammy Leonard, Ph.D., at the movement's helm.

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Louise Cowan Discusses Meditative Power of Memorization

"Recitation takes on the lineaments of meditation and activates powers of the soul which otherwise would remain dormant," said University Professor Louise Cowan, Ph.D., in an address given to the newest members of UD's chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa liberal arts honor society in spring 2013.

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