Our newest blog post speaks to the tangible shifts implemented to our CETL program to emphasize long-term partnerships and community visions.
From research to implementation, CESI’s CETL program has supported various projects on financial abuse as a form of intimate partner violence.
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.