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Faculty Scholars Panel
This panel is scheduled for Tuesday, October 8, 1:45-3:00 PM in Silver, Tower Mezzanine Level.
Engaged Scholarship Consortium Research/Creative Activities Grant Program 2019
Engaged scholarship involves asset oriented, mutually beneficial partnerships between university personnel and community organizations. The work is co-planned, co-implemented and co-assessed and may lead to social change. The recipients or their representatives of our first Engaged Scholarship Grant program will present their work in progress during this session.
The recipients are:
Rebecca Gokiert, University of Alberta: Developing a multisectoral network to address food waste and food insecurity
Jon Cox, University of Delaware and Andrew Bale, Dickinson University: Traveling exhibition and book project: Arrivals: what’s left behind, what lies ahead
Brandon Kliewer, Kansas State University: Kansas Bike-Ped Systems Plan and Public Engagement Project
Neena Xavier, University of Alabama, Birmingham: Service Learning to assess medical decision making at an interprofessional homeless clinic
Elena, Foulis, Ohio State University, Performing ourselves: Community conversations on loss, gain, acceptance and belonging
Moderators: Professors Maria Mayan, University of Alberta and Lynnette Overby, University of Delaware