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Crandall and Partners Receive Grant to Support New Research Initiative

December 16, 2016

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Crandall and Partners Receive Grant to Support New Research Initiative

Stronger Together 2016 has awarded a $20,000 grant to Crandall University. This grant will assist the Center for Community-Based Research support a two-day event that will equip community based researchers on Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC) campuses, strengthen the network of researchers, and increase their capacity to do research projects to benefit the Christian community (churches, ministry organizations and local Christian communities).

“CHEC is pleased to participate in this new project that will augment the capacity of our members and their faculty to assist churches and ministry organizations in their sphere of influence”, said Dr. Justin Cooper, Executive Director of CHEC.

“This grant opens new avenues for CHEC, its members and faculty to work with churches, ministry organizations and others in the Christian community to enhance their service and outreach”, said Dr. Bruce Fawcett, President of Crandall University and Chair of the CHEC Board of Directors.

Dr. Rich Janzen at the Centre for Community Based Research will lead a planning group that includes Crandall Professor of Sociology Dr. Sam Reimer and faculty members on CHEC campuses who will work toward an event in November 2017.

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