ESC 2020 Research/Creative Activities Grant Recipient Panel Presentations

Thursday, October 8
1:00–2:30 p.m. (ET)

Cost: Free
Registration is now closed.

This webinar will feature the 2020 grant recipients. The grantees will share outcomes of their funded projects. The projects cross many disciplines and provide exemplary examples of mutually beneficial goals where the community and the university scholar benefit equally from the work. Information will also be shared regarding the 2021 grant program.

Moderator: Lynnette Young Overby, Scholarship Committee Chair, Engaged Scholarship Consortium, Professor of Theatre, Deputy Director, Community Engagement Initiative University of Delaware


Dr. Melanie Gast

University of Louisville
Project: Supporting Peer Mentoring with Low-Income, Immigrant Students During COVID-19

Mr. Aaron Terry

University of Delaware
Project: Inform, Inspire, Empower

Dr. Margaret Hall

University of Nebraska at Omaha
Project: Micro-Internships at the Margins

Dr. Crystal Lee

North Carolina State University
Project: Writing with Adolescent Girls at CORRAL Riding Academy to Support Transformational Change

Dr. Rebecca Shlafer

University of Minnesota
Project: Parental Incarceration and Homelessness:  Identifying Intersections to Drive Policy Solutions

Dr. John West

Ball State University
Project: Community-Engaged Institution Building for Improved Rental Housing Conditions in East Central Indiana

Dr. Lindsey Wilhelm

Colorado State University
Project: Pilot Study of an At-Home Music-Based Intervention Implemented During Companionship Visits with Persons with Cognitive Impairment