Chicago Gun Violence Research Collaborative (CGVRC): Project Presentations

The Chicago Gun Violence Research Collaborative Fellowship is a 15-week program that brings together student fellows (graduate students from Chicago-based universities) and faculty fellows (professors and public health professionals) to collaborate on faculty-fellow teams to develop, implement, and disseminate an applied research project related to gun violence. This Webinar will involve project presentations from each faculty fellow team:

  • Presentation 1: Understanding Changes in Fatal Firearm Injuries during the
  • COVID-19 Pandemic and “Stay at Home” Order in Chicago
  • Presentation 2: Community Outreach / Violence Interruption
  • Presentation 3: Addressing Gun Violence through a Health Disparities Lens
  • Presentation 4: Building Consensus on Calls to Defund the Police

Following these presentations, Mariah Van Ermen, Policy Advisor for Research and Data at the Office of the Mayor will share the violence reduction work she is leading and comment on how the CGVRC’s work advances violence reduction and public safety efforts in Chicago.

Dial-In Information

Please RSVP at by February 23rd and dial-in Instructions will be sent to you

Wednesday, February 24 at 4:30pm to 6:30pm

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College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Master of Public Health




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