Students in Binghamton University's Community Research and Action (CRA) program go on to become leading scholars who research solutions for today's most critical social issues.
The interdisciplinary nature of the program allows students from a diverse range of backgrounds to collaborate on innovative projects.
Learn more about some of the work CRA students have been doing at Binghamton University:
- CCPA’s Community Research and Action doctoral students tackle complex global issues: Explore the wide range of projects that CRA students are working on.
- Voices of Muslim refugees, Black mothers who lost children to violence drive research projects: Learn more about two CRA projects that made a major impact.
- CRA project wins CCPA research excellence award: A project exploring family acceptance of LGBTQ+ youth has been selected as a winner in a seed-grant competition.
- Without school, a ‘lost generation’ of Rohingya refugee children face uncertain future (The Conversation): Rubayat Jesmin details how the future of these refugee children grows more imperiled the longer they remain out of school
Explore recent dissertation studies from graduates of our program:
- The Reproduction and Maintenance of White Supremacy in Academic Libraries: An Examination of the Racialized Experiences of Library Student Workers, Nancy Abashian, May 2022
- Exploring the Role of Music in Activism: A Case Study of # EndSars Protest in Nigeria, Oluwafemi (Daniel) Adebisi, May 2022
- Three Studies Exploring Contextual Influences on the Academic Motivation and College and Career Readiness of Rural Adolescents, Peter Knox, May 2022
- Disability, Religion and Work Among Vulnerable Populations: An Inquiry of Women’s Experiences and Perspectives, Osman Shamrock, May 2022
- Community-Engaged Internships: Exploring Student and Community Experiences, Alison Handy Twang, May 2022