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Sautter AwardPYOM 2017 Sautter Award Winner

Ten teams across the University of California received the 2017 Larry L. Sautter Award, and Putting Youth on the Map (PYOM), the CRC’s interactive website that provides analyses of California youth well-being, is a Golden Award winner! The site is a resource for researchers and policy-makers, as well as youth and adult advocates, who are working to ensure the well-being of young people in the state.  The annual award, which is sponsored by the UC Information Technology Leadership Council, recognizes collaborative innovations in information technology that advance the university’s mission of teaching, research, public service and patient care, or that improve the effectiveness of university processes. The award encourages collaboration and solution sharing across the UC system.  System wide Chief Information Officer Tom Andriola announced the winners at the 2017 UC Computing Services Conference in San Diego.  Dr. Nancy Erbstein, Department of Human Ecology and CRC Faculty Affiliate, is the PYOM Principal Investigator.


Sharing New PYOM Website

Sharing New PYOM Website

by Teri Greenfield last modified Mar 04, 2014 04:29 PM

Funder Groups Explore San Joaquin Valley

Funder Groups Explore San Joaquin Valley

by Teri Greenfield last modified Jan 14, 2014 09:53 AM

Six funder groups jointly hosted a funder tour on December 4-6, “Exploring the San Joaquin Valley: A Land of Change and Promise” from a base in Fresno, California.


CCEP Releases New Policy Brief

CCEP Releases New Policy Brief

by Teri Greenfield last modified Feb 04, 2014 07:17 AM

Mindy Romero, founding Director of the the California Civic Engagement Project at the CRC, has released a new policy brief entitled "Is Demography Political Destiny? Population Change and California's Future Electorate.


CRC 2013 Year in Review

by Teri Greenfield last modified Dec 18, 2013 09:47 AM

Now more than ever, rigorous and relevant research is needed to reveal community and systemic inequities, as well as boldly provide solutions - from the community level to the policy stage. We are committed at the Center for Regional Change to pursue research that is relevant and actionable for communities: in short... research that matters.


Healthcare Law Could Impact Voter Registration

Healthcare Law Could Impact Voter Registration

by Teri Greenfield last modified Dec 02, 2013 03:39 PM

CRC's Mindy Romero, Director of the California Civic Engagement Project, is quoted in a recent Washington Post article "New health-care law could mean more voters".


David Hosley Awarded Inaugural Award for Distinguished Service to the CRC

David Hosley Awarded Inaugural Award for Distinguished Service to the CRC

by Teri Greenfield last modified Nov 22, 2013 08:31 AM

David Hosley has been a supporter of the CRC since its inception. He was recently awarded the inaugural Distinguished Service award. He was presented with the award at CRC's recent Regional Advisory Committee meeting on October 30, 2013 at the UC Davis Conference Center.


Environmental Justice Report Released and Summit Held in Sacramento

Environmental Justice Report Released and Summit Held in Sacramento

by Teri Greenfield last modified Nov 07, 2013 04:51 PM

A report entitled "From Wasted Spaces to Healthy Places: Transforming Brownfields and Vacant Spaces in Sacramento" was released, followed by a summit entitled "Brownfields and Vacant Spaces Summit: Turning Input Into Action" on November 7th, 2013.


Leap Forward Project Call for Proposals for out-of-the-box ideas

Leap Forward Project Call for Proposals for out-of-the-box ideas

by Teri Greenfield last modified Nov 07, 2013 04:16 PM

Led by a diverse group of progressive organizations from across California, the Leap Forward Project is a new effort to facilitate a collaborative, "think big," discussion about the State of California's future. CRC faculty affiliate and associate professor and chair of the UCD Community and Regional Development Graduate Group, Chris Benner, is one of the lead organizers and member of the Leap Forward executive committee. The CRC is one of several institutional sponsors.


Youth Voter Research Highlighted in UC Davis Magazine

Youth Voter Research Highlighted in UC Davis Magazine

by Teri Greenfield last modified Sep 28, 2013 05:20 PM

The recent edition UC Davis Magazine highlighted research from CRC's California Civic Engagement Project on youth voter turnout in the 2012 election.


UC Davis Social Media Team Invited to Present New App at AFL-CIO Convention

UC Davis Social Media Team Invited to Present New App at AFL-CIO Convention

by Teri Greenfield last modified Sep 28, 2013 05:35 PM

CRC faculty affiliates Jesse Drew and Chris Benner and fellow UCD professor Glenda Drew with their team of UC Davis students were recently invited by the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) to attend and present their research to the national convention of the AFL-CIO in Los Angeles on September 8-11.


Jobs-Housing Fit maps and analysis for California cities

Jobs-Housing Fit maps and analysis for California cities

by Teri Greenfield last modified Sep 28, 2013 05:01 PM

CRC faculty affiliate Chris Benner has produced updated Jobs-Housing Fit maps with the most current data available (2011).


PERE Offers Regional Data for Downloading at No Cost

PERE Offers Regional Data for Downloading at No Cost

by Teri Greenfield last modified Aug 28, 2013 11:37 AM

Regional data is available for download.


Restore/Restory Project Profiled in Orion Magazine

Restore/Restory Project Profiled in Orion Magazine

by Teri Greenfield last modified Aug 28, 2013 11:35 AM

The Restore/Restory project will be profiled in an eight-part series this fall in Orion magazine.


Putting Youth on the Map Highlighted by UC Delivers

Putting Youth on the Map Highlighted by UC Delivers

by Teri Greenfield last modified Aug 28, 2013 11:27 AM

California wants and needs for its youth to thrive - not merely to survive or face fewer problems. But how do we know whether our young people are doing well?


Engaging Underrepresented Youth

Engaging Underrepresented Youth

by Teri Greenfield last modified Aug 08, 2013 04:00 PM

CRC Faculty Affiliate Nancy Erbstein recently published an article entitled "Engaging underrepresented youth populations in community youth development: Tapping social capital as a critical resource" in New Directions for Youth Development.


How to Sustain Prosperity? Regional Equity, According to New Study

How to Sustain Prosperity? Regional Equity, According to New Study

by Teri Greenfield last modified Aug 08, 2013 04:35 PM

Policy Link recently highlighted a new study on regional equity by CRC Executive Committee member Chris Benner and Manuel Pastor, USC.


CRC Awarded Grant for Environmental Justice Work

CRC Awarded Grant for Environmental Justice Work

by Teri Greenfield last modified Aug 08, 2013 04:02 PM

The CRC was recently awarded a 2-year grant from The California Wellness Foundation to further the Center's support of environmental justice policy and advocacy in California -- with an emphasis on the Sacramento, San Joaquin Valley and Coachella Valley regions.


The California Report Looks at Coachella Youth and Academics

The California Report Looks at Coachella Youth and Academics

by Teri Greenfield last modified Aug 08, 2013 03:59 PM

Reporter Lisa Morehouse with The California Report covers the recent story of youth involvement in documenting environmental hazards in the Eastern Coachella Valley. CRC Director Jonathan London is interviewed in her report.