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STUDENT RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS

Our semester-long program centers on a social justice research project. Students work in groups to choose a topic and conduct primary research in their community. At the end of the semester, each group presents their findings in a public forum.

To see slide sets from past semesters, visit our Student Research Archive.


Presentation Schedule

Students present their research findings at the end of the fall and spring semesters, usually in December and May respectively. The presentations are followed by an end-of-semester party. Everyone is welcome!

COHORT SJ1

6/1/2011 Wednesday 9-11:30am Main Campus
6500 Soquel Avenue, Room 450
Aptos, CA 95003
Presentation Titles:
  • Homelessness in Santa Cruz
  • Driving Under the Influence
  • Hunger in Santa Cruz County
  • Localization and self-sufficiency within our community
  • Sustainability in our Community


COHORT SJ7

6/1/2011 Wednesday 1-3pm Main Campus
6500 Soquel Avenue, Room 454
Aptos, CA 95003
Presentation Titles:
  • Prison Re-entry: the Life of a Parolee
  • Healthy Children: School Food Programs
  • Teen Drug Abuse
  • Child Abuse


COHORT SJ5

6/2/2011 Thursday 10am-12pm Main Campus
6500 Soquel Avenue, Room 454
Aptos, CA 95003
Presentation Titles:
  • Barriers for people convicted of felonies
  • Barriers for people with disabilites
  • Services for people who are homeless
  • Public opinions about medical marijuana
  • Preparedness of high school students for college

 

COHORT SJ5

12/16/2010 Thursday 9:30am-12pm Main Campus
6500 Soquel Avenue, Room 456
Aptos, CA 95003
Presentation Titles:
  • Santa Cruz Community Views on Immigration Reform
  • Child Sexual Abuse in Our Community: A Closer Look Into Santa Cruz County
  • Drug Use and Recovery in Our Community
  • Marriage... Who Is to Choose?

COHORT SJ6W

6/2/2011 Thursday 10-11:15am Watsonville Campus
318 Union St, Forum
Watsonville, CA 95076
Presentation Titles:
  • The experience and views of first generation immigrants in Watsonville
  • The effects of domestic violence on women
  • The experience of recovering drug users in our community

SJ4W

6/2/2011 Thursday 1-3pm Watsonville Campus
318 Union St, Forum
Watsonville, CA 95076
Presentation Titles:
  • Medical Marijuana
  • Teenage Pregnancy
  • Youth Empowerment
  • Cabrillo College Budget Cuts
  • Former Substance Abusers
  • Immigration

 

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