Established in 1976, the Communication Research Center at Cleveland State University is a full-service research facility that serves as a hub for interdisciplinary research and collaboration. (See our Mission Statement) The CRC supports the academic research efforts of the nationally-ranked Department of Communication at Cleveland State University, and is also available for contract and grant projects by non-profit and for-profit organizations. (See examples of Past Projects) The CRC has completed scores of academic and applied projects, ranging from CATI and on-line surveys to focus group sessions, training seminars, and experimental studies. The Center provides a unique opportunity for the uniting of world-class scholars with representatives of community businesses and organizations with social research needs.Our facilities are capable of hosting numerous research activities, from the smallest focus group to a group meeting of over 200 people. The CRC prides itself in keeping up to date on developing research techniques and technologies. The Cleveland State Communication department is nationally ranked and the CRC facilities continue to strive towards the goal of excellence.
The CRC Facilities Include:
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