This engaged learning course (PAM 4950) , taught by Professor Maureen Waller, offers students the opportunity to integrate and apply knowledge and skills they have learned in their coursework by addressing a real-world question presented by a community partner. Students will work collaboratively on an applied research project, produce a professional report, and brief community members on the outcomes and recommendations of their research.
Past Student Reports Include:
A Decade of Parents Apart: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Moving Forward (2020 Capstone Report)
Exploring the needs of incarcerated parents and their co-parents: Results from a five-state survey and focus groups in Tompkins County (2019 Capstone Report)
Evaluation of the Parents Apart Program in Community and Jail-Based Settings: A Pilot Study (2018 Capstone Report)
The Tompkins Family Program Capstone Report (2016)
Parenting a Second Time Around Capstone Report (2016)