Our poster exhibit features 10 engaged research projects conducted by the Research Shop over the past decade. The exhibit is on at 10C throughout February 2020.
Faculty/course instructors who are integrating community engaged learning into their courses can apply for course support funds of up to $500.
This event will bring students and community partners together to identify creative ideas to some of the food & ag industry's most complex problems. Apply now!
Graduate students involved in a project through CESI and demonstrating financial need could be eligible for the $5000 Hubert H. Harshman scholarship! Apply by January 10, 2020.
Recent PhD grad and long-time Research Shop Project Manager Nicole Jeffrey reflects on the rewards and challenges of community engaged work.
Faculty, research staff and graduate students are invited to attend 9 hands-on sessions over the next academic year.
Beyond research impact and the common good, we work to contribute to positive social change, and to social and racial justice.
We are celebrating a decade of responsive research and community engagement in one of the Institute's oldest programs.
Are you hosting an event or a meeting with community stakeholders? Consider using our space at 10C downtown.
Watch our video on the Certificate in Knowledge Mobilization to learn why we work to increase research impact.