Research by SPHHS faculty and students impacts the community through community-based faculty research, student internships with organizations doing community research and activism, sharing relevant scholarly research with community partners, and participation in community events by faculty and students. The links below contain information on such activities, and relevant research documents. Additional information on community-engaged research, education, and activities sponsored within the SPHHS and campus-wide across the UMass Amherst system can be found at UMass WorldWide.
- Project CANVAS helps Vietnamese-American youth in Springfield
- Autonomy, Paternalism, and Justice: Ethical Priorities in Public Health: by David Buchanan, Professor of Community Health Education
- The Effect of Visual Cues Provided by Computerised Aphasia Treatment: by Yu-kyong Choe, Assistant Professor of Communication Disorders, et al.
- Multidisciplinary Stroke Rehabilitation Delivered by a Humanoid Robot: by Yu-kyong Choe, Assistant Professor of Communication Disorders, et al.
- Intergenerational Dialogue Exchange and Action: Introducing a Community-Based Participatory Approach to Connect Youth, Adults and Elders in an Alaskan Native Community: by Lisa Wexler, Assistant Professor of Community Health Education
- Using Digital Stories to Understand the Lives of Alaska Native Young People: by Lisa Wexler, Assistant Professor of Community Health Education, et al.