This CITYLAB course engages the undergraduate student as an active participant in the life of an Urban-Serving University through the research and community partnerships developed through a collaborative, community-based process. The purpose of the course is to familiarize students with community-based participatory research (CBPR), to develop a community-based project, and to experience the ethics of civic and community engagement firsthand. The purpose of the CITYLAB approach is to: a) Identify and tackle a complex urban challenge that impacts people’s everyday lives and b) Look at urban problems in new ways through a university-community partnership. Prerequisites: Anchor 1 and Anchor 2 or equivalent. Co-requisites: DISC 300.