Skye Kelty was awarded the RBHS-IDEA Innovation Grant for her project “Tools for intentional integrity, diversity, and equity in community research”. Community research joins professionally trained researchers and broader community members to answer questions that are important to the community. Service learning, community-based participatory research (CBPR), and citizen science are examples of community research strategies. The diversity of participants and substantial power imbalances within community research teams create unique integrity, diversity, and equity challenges. To address these challenges, Skye recruited experts in community research as project partners from the Citizen Science Association; her UC Davis partners from her CBPR PhD project; and her new partners from a variety of departments at Rutgers. Skye’s project partners will create training materials to help community research teams adapt the best practices in integrity, diversity, and equity to their specific community setting.