Recipients

Announced in 2019, the Engagement Scholarship Consortium’s Engaged Scholarship Research/Creative Activities Grants Program for Faculty competitively awards a limited number of grants of up to $5,000 that are intended to fund one-year projects, and collaborative projects among faculty from more than one discipline and/or more than one university. Below is a list of the recipients of the ESC Engaged Scholarship Research/Creative Activities Grants.

2020 Engaged Scholarship Research/Creative Activities Grants

Community-Engaged Institution Building for Improved Rental Housing Conditions in East Central Indiana ($5,000)
John West, Ball State University

Inform, Inspire, Empower ($4,999)
Aaron Terry, University of Delaware

Micro-Internships at the Margins ($5,000)
Margaret Hall, University of Nebraska - Omaha

Parental Incarceration and Homelessness:  Identifying Intersections to Drive Policy Solutions ($5,000)
Rebecca Shlafer, University of Minnesota

Pilot Study of an At-Home Music-Based Intervention Implemented During Companionship Visits with Persons with Cognitive Impairment ($5,000)
Lindsey Wilhelm, Colorado State University

Supporting Peer Mentoring with Low-Income, Immigrant Students During COVID-19 ($4,993)
Melanie Gast, University of Louisville

Writing with Adolescent Girls at CORRAL Riding Academy to Support Transformational Change ($5,000)
Crystal Lee, North Carolina State University

2019 Engaged Scholarship Research/Creative Activities Grants

ARRIVALS: What’s Left Behind, What Lies Ahead ($5,000)
Jonathan A. Cox, University of Delaware
Andrew Bale, Dickinson University

Kansas Bike-Ped Systems Plan and Public Engagement Project ($4,160)
Brandon W. Kliewer, Kansas State University

Developing a Multi-Sectoral Network to Address Food Waste and Food Insecurity ($5,000)
Rebecca Gokiert, University of Alberta Extension

Performing Ourselves: Community Conversations on Loss, Gain, Acceptance, and Belonging ($5,000)
Elena Foulis, Ohio State University

Service Learning to Assess Medical Decision-Making at an Interprofessional Homeless Clinic ($5,000)
Neena A. Xavier, University of Alabama - Birmingham