Splash of Color - Paintball

Who doesn't love a little paintball? PAB and USGD are teaming up to bring you an amazing competition. Transportation is available. Students will be picked up outside Taylor Place at 6:00 PM. We will stay until 9:15 PM and arrive at Taylor Place around 10:00 PM. Paint, guns, and gear will be provided.

Spring 2015 Convocation Ceremony

Graduates Report to Check-in: 8:00 am
Ceremony Begins: 9:00 am
Ceremony Ends: Approx. 11:00 am

This ceremony celebrates the accomplishments of undergraduate, graduate and doctorate students from the following programs within the College of Public Service & Community Solutions: School of Community Resources & Development, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, School of Public Affairs and School of Social Work.

SafeZONE

SafeZONE educates the ASU community about the LGBTQIA population and what support an ally provides to this population. This workshop includes an international and Asian American lens.

admissions

admissions information

Once you have selected your degree program, the only thing left to do is apply! Follow these steps, as well as any extra that may be unique to your specific program, and you'll be on your way to joining us in School of Community Resources & Development.

our reports

featured reports:

We Are Downtown Project

our team

Our team leverages our unique experiences and diverse backgrounds to understand heart of communities and inspire engagement in those communities.

Richard Knopf, Executive Director

our projects

The Global Community Development Partnership (GCDP) Program 2017 

(2017-present)

our resume

Current University-Community Collaboratives

Foothills Community Foundation (2014-present)

This participatory action research project aims to train a community in the northern Phoenix metropolitan area to gather, analyze, and synthesize community indicators of well-being and success. This project helps this community foundation to cultivate board member development and community capacity building through an assessment of their community’s vision, needs, and assets.

our tools

The Partnership for Community Development is committed to using modern-day tools in our research and community-building work. In particular, we use the following tools in our work.

1) Catalytic Storytelling

Our reports are not meant to simply report what is happening in a community, but they seek to aid the community in continuing to ask questions about their community to facilitate positive change.

our methods

We believe that community storytelling is not only a process, but an essential outcome of community development.

  • Review of Literature and Best Practices
  • Community Questionnaires
  • Community Vital Signs
  • Community Asset Mapping
  • Community Conversations
  • Asset Planning and Priority Setting Processes

Our Approach

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