As the official sport and recreation education partner of Community Researchers (CR), the Centre for Sport Capacity is proud to foster our mutual desire with CR to establish a vibrant cooperative collaboration. Together we explore potential research opportunities that connect students and nonprofit sport and recreation organizations.
Brock University students, supervised by CSC Members, work alongside CR experts and sport and recreation leaders to develop and execute complimentary research projects that provide insightful evidence-based reports to help them build capacity in their organizations. Students gain unique outside of the classroom experience while volunteering or formally integrating their work into a course credit. Either way, it is a valuable experiential learning experience.
The Centre for Sport Capacity is proud to showcase the students who have collaborated with CR. The Community improvement research reports are outlined below.
IMPACT OF PLAY-ON! HOCKEY TOURNAMENT
Lead Researcher: Ryan Hyndman
CSC Advisor: Dr. Julie Stevens, Department of Sport Management
Community Researchers is a non-profit organization connecting young researchers with experienced mentors to conduct important community projects.
If you are interested in becoming a Student Researcher for a CSC-CR initiative, then please submit your information through this intake form. Be sure to note you are interested in the CSC-CR research opportunities in the comment box.