U-Links Centre for Community-Based Research provides relevant, valuable research to many organizations in our community and provides vital experiential learning opportunities for students at Trent University and Fleming College. Our evaluations show that community host organizations believe the research facilitated by U-Links helps them advance the goals of their organization and sometimes even creates ripples that influence public policy and academic research. Participating students often state that community-based research projects through U-Links are one of their most rewarding academic experiences.
U-Links is a small rural non-profit that relies heavily on grants and community contributions for its operations. If you're interested in making a financial contribution to U-Links you can write a cheque to “U-Links Centre for Community-Based Research” and mail it to our office at:
U-Links Centre for Community Based Research operates within the Williams Treaty First Nations Michi Saagiig territory as well as the unceded territories of the Algonquin Nation. We respectfully acknowledge that the Williams Treaty First Nations and Algonquin Nation are the stewards and caretakers of these lands and waters in perpetuity, and that they continue to maintain this responsibility to ensure their health for generations to come..