Wilder Research staff are busy! Here are some highlights about the many ways they are sharing their knowledge and skills to make an impact in lives and communities.
Featured Blog Posts
6 Things to Know About the Minnesota Homeless Study
On October 25, Wilder Research will partner with shelters, outreach sites, and volunteers statewide to interview thousands of people experiencing homelessness. Read the article »
What Can We Do Together That We Can’t Do Alone?
The diversity of our communities and our organizations means that almost any time we come together, we do so across difference. That's where this research and practice-based collaboration resource comes in. Read the article »
Dylan Galos, Amanda Hane, and Azra Thakur are attending the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in San Diego to present Using Ripple Effect Mapping to Identify the Impacts of Complex Projects in Health Equity, based on their work on the Health Equity in Prevention initiative. Dylan is also presenting a poster based on his doctoral work, Accuracy of a Single-Item Measure of Child Maltreatment: Implications for Practice.
On the Podcast
On the latest episode, Jen Reedy of the Bush Foundation and Allison Liuzzi of Minnesota Compass talk about ways communities are changing in Minnesota, how data helps to understand and prepare for future challenges and give us hope, and tips for being an informed consumer of facts. Listen to past episodes via iTunes or Soundcloud.
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