Community-Based Research with Spanish-Speakers


Course partners with Duke faculty to assist them in implementing research projects in the Spanish-speaking community. Students will volunteer a minimum of 20 hours as interpreters, survey takers, assisting in home visits, etc. as needed. Exploration of topics related to research study such as education or health to contextualize CBR. Students will also focus on research methods, cultural competency, and linguistic skills necessary to interact with Latino/a community. Students assessed on knowledge of content, oral and written Spanish, and participation in service. Pre-requisite: Spanish 204 or equivalent. Prior 300 level coursework recommended. Service-learning course. Instructor: Clifford or staff
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • FL
  • SS
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring