Become involved in CSCH:
CSCH Newsletter: Stay informed about our news and events
Collaboration: Connect with us on topics of mutual interest
Research: Become a research partner
UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
c/o Sandra Chafouleas
Neag School of Education/U-3064
Storrs, CT 06269
A central mission of CSCH is to connect partners across research, policy, and practice arenas who share a common interest in school and child health topics. We welcome the opportunity to build new and expand on existing collaborations with interested individuals and organizations. If you have a potential collaboration to discuss, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are an individual who is interested in engaging in research in school and child health, you are welcome to become a CSCH affiliate. Becoming a CSCH affiliate makes it easier to connect with partners for upcoming research projects and research networking events.
Affiliation is available to two groups:
University-based Affiliation (for faculty, postdocs, staff and graduate students at UConn)
Community-based Affiliation (for those in organizations or other universities)
Affiliation allows you to join the CSCH listserv, where you can learn about projects and seek collaborators interested in school and child health research. You will also have opportunities to network and partner with UConn researchers and community organizations in order to form multi-disciplinary research collaborations that further initiatives in school and child health.
CSCH is a center within the Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention and Policy (InCHIP). To become an affiliate, visit InCHIP and sign up for the Collaboratory on School and Child Health as a research interest group. If you are already an InCHIP affiliate or network member and would like to be a CSCH affiliate, please contact us directly. InCHIP offers many ways to connect with fellow researchers and offers grant support services, including help finding co-investigators or consultants with specific skillsets and use of InCHIP research equipment, IT services and facilities.
Not a researcher or interested in collaborating on research? Join our mailing list instead.