Publications Archive

  • The Walk With Me team and SFU CERi have collaborated on the report Walk With Me: A Community-Engaged Response to the Drug Poisoning Crisis to illuminates a powerful role for community-engaged research in addressing the drug poisoning crisis.

  • This summary report details the key themes that emerged from the conference, the inspiring work happening across fields and tangible ideas for how to orient ourselves for the work ahead.

  • 2020-2021 annual report showcases and celebrates our highlights, purpose and strategy, impacts, and key numbers - an in-depth look at our progress as we continue to support community-engaged research (CER).

  • This handbook is designed to help community organizations gain a practical understanding of community-engaged research. This how-to guide walks you through the process of community-engaged research and shows its value to communities and the people working alongside them.

  • As CERi began its implementation phase in 2020, we have undergone extraordinary growth and change. We built-out an exceptional staff team and launched community-engaged research funding for faculty and students, a graduate fellowship program and a researcher-in-residence program. Despite the challenges of COVID-19, we have been able to keep to CERi’s development plan, including charting new projects to launch in 2021.

  • August 28, 2020

    August 28, 2020

    Shawn Smith, RADIUS co-founder and director, Dara Kelly, Indigenous Business assistant professor, CERi co-directors, Stuart R. Poyntz and Am Johal and Stephen Dooley, SFU Surrey campus executive director, co-author an article for the Stanford Social Innovation Review. The article, titled Whose Knowledge Is It?, explores the ways in which SFU aims to raise the profile of community-engaged research (CER) within the university and beyond.