i4Y is a cross-disciplinary, innovative research hub addressing issues of youth equity through collaborative research, training and community engagement.


April 24, 2024

Berkeley Public Health recently highlighted Dr. Coco Auerswald and her career-long commitment to researching and addressing youth homelessness in partnership with youth. Learn more about Dr. Auerswald's work by reading the article here

March 6, 2024

Youth and Allies Against Homelessness (YAAH) recently released youth-partnered and evidence-based Guidelines to Prevent, Address, and End Youth Homelessness. The guidelines are structured to serve as a comprehensive, adaptable roadmap of interventions for youth advocates and providers, local jurisdictions in California, and public servants nationally.

March 3, 2024

The YPAR Hub recently launched the "Leveraging Best Practices to Design Your Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) Project" resource, aimed at empowering researchers and educators engaged in YPAR. This guide serves as a roadmap for designing effective and impactful YPAR initiatives and incorporates the latest best practices and evidence-based strategies.

March 1, 2024

Youth Equity Discovery Initiative (YEDI) Scholar Nicole Sears recently represented the YEDI experience at the Discovery Initiative Panel for the UC Berkeley Board of Trustees Meeting on March 1st, 2024!

February 29, 2024

UC Berkeley's CalHOPE Student Support Partnership with the Sacramento County Office of Education was recently selected to receive the 2023-2024 Chancellor's Campus-Community Partnership Award. This award recognizes campus-community partnerships and programs that improve the quality of life in Berkeley. Read more about this award here.