Faculty RSCA Activities
The CHHS Connections tool was developed by the CHHS RSCA Advisory Committee to facilitate faculty collaboration.
To see a listing of faculty with a particular scholarly interest area, select the area and click the "Apply" button. If you select more than one area, only those with an interest in both areas will be displayed.
To find faculty members willing to provide mentoring or consulting, select the type of expertise you are interested in, and a listing of faculty members with expertise in that area will be displayed. Be sure to discuss collaboration options when you contact the experts. For instance, a faculty member may be willing to offer mentoring/pro-bono advice, or be willing to collaborate as co-author rather than being paid, or may prefer to be paid as a consultant.
Recent RSCA Work by CHHS Faculty
Health and Well-being - Health and Well-being RSCA work focuses on issues related to physical health, mental health, or broader aspects of well-being.
Innovative Health Technology - Innovative Health Technology RSCA work focuses on new media and advanced technology as supports for human health.
Interdisciplinary - Interdisciplinary RSCA work either focuses on the nature of interdisciplinary work, or faculty from multiple disciplines were involved in its production, or both.
International - International RSCA work either focuses on the nature of international work, or involves international settings or collaborators.
Social Justice - Social Justice RSCA work focuses on issues of health disparities, mass incarceration, civil rights or other topics that illuminate or address inequities in health and social outcomes.
CHHS faculty conduct research in various areas. If you are looking for research collaborators from other fields, here are some resources that might be of help to you:
If your potential collaborator might be other CHHS faculty but you are not sure about how to identify them, CARHS will help facilitate the connection. Please email Giselle Pignotti (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following information: the description of your research project, the potential collaborator’s areas of expertise, and other qualities you are looking for in the potential collaborator.