The Center for Applied Urban Research (CAUR) continued to provide research, technical assistance, and training services to state and local governments, foundations, and nonprofit organizations during fiscal year 1985. The CAUR continued to be involved in international research activity through the Omaha-Manila Applied Projects Program. Nebraska communities that received CAUR assistance include: Omaha, Lincoln, Scottsbluff, Nebraska City, Wayne, Gothenburg, Chadron, Alliance, and LaVista. State agencies served include: the Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, the Department of Social Services, and the Department of Health. Nonprofit organizations that benefited from work performed at CAUR include: the Community Housing Resources Board; CPL, Inc.; United Catholic Social Services; Council Bluffs Senior Citizens Center; Omaha Jewish Federation; the Local Initiatives Support Corporation; and the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce.
(CPAR), Center for Public Affairs Research, "CAUR Annual Report: 1984-85" (1985). Publications. 284.