Would you like to partner with FRC as a partner? The options differ in the scopes of timeframe, benefits, and commitments, but there are no levels of seniority and all stakeholders—academics, practitioners, policy makers and especially community members—are welcome to join!


FRC Partner Benefits FRC Partner Commitments/Contributions

These benefits are in addition to Affiliate benefits.

  • Research Bootcamp for graduate students, postdocs, and organization team members (multiple team members).
  • Communication assistance with dissemination products (e.g., podcasts) –credit to FRC given (2/year).
  • Meeting space (Need a procedure document that specifies priority: department activities; funded projects; proposal or partnership development; fulfilling strategic plan goals.).
  • Qualtrics, REDCap, or other online survey measure repository access (measures, codebooks, scoring algorithm).
  • Co-creating and co-leading within the FRC FRAME research hubs.
  • Access to students receiving training/supervision in research methods (e.g., projects focused on in 494, 580, 581 classes and other experiential learning courses offered by FRC team members, affiliates, partners).

Interested? Email us at familyresiliency@illinois.edu for inquiries.


One-page Collaboratory piece by the Family Resiliency Center

View the one-page Collaboratory piece by the Family Resiliency Center. 

These commitments and contributions are in addition to the ongoing or annual commitments and contributions of Affiliates.

Minimum of TWO of the following activities/year:

  • Contribute to the FRC outreach, translation, and dissemination activities (e.g., podcasts, building blocks, co-authoring papers).
  • Serve as reviewer for seed funding grant proposals.
  • Assist developing FRC networks and reach through introductions, shared memberships (where possible), invited talks, etc.
  • Contribute to Qualtrics, REDCap, or other online survey measure repository (measures, codebooks, scoring algorithm).
  • Co-shape the FRC FRAME research hubs: current projects added to the FRC portfolio; co-design professional development activities including microlearning; co-organize a conference; activities and events.
  • Provide seminar or guest presentation (e.g., brownbag, colloquium, seminar).
  • Co-teach or cross-list courses to support an FRC-developed certificate, badge, other.
  • Leading a campus or community event (e.g., mixer, fundraiser, get-to-know networking event, keynote, etc.).
  • Involvement in advisory board, training, or center grant mentoring roles; liaison between community and campus opportunities.
  • Review and assess progress toward center's goals (independent oversight committees – collaboratory committee; communication committee; for HTW and WTP tactics).