Intersections in Engaged Research

Ann Arbor MI 09-27-2019 09-27-2019

Researchers from all three U-M campuses are invited to join us for Intersections in Engaged Research. This interactive event will bring together researchers and multiple internal sponsor organizations to share and learn how we can leverage university resources to maximize our public and community impact. It will feature a wide range of engaged research projects, including action-based research, community-based participatory research, community-engaged research, among others, taking place with funding and support through internal U-M award programs. Attendees will learn more about resources, funding mechanisms, training opportunities and networks that currently exist on campus. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from each other and inform how internal funders support engaged research on campus. The event will highlight successful research projects, facilitate conversations on key strategies and lessons learned in the field, and include opportunities for networking. This event is intended for: Faculty and co-investigators from multiple disciplines across the university who are interested in exploring internal funding opportunities and support for engaged research Faculty grant recipients and co-investigators of internal engaged research funding Institutional partners who are interested in supporting engaged research and exploring opportunities for collective impact

September 27, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Palmer Commons
Sponsored by: Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center (Detroit URC), Edward Ginsberg Center, Graham Sustainability Institute, Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR), and Poverty Solutions at U-M
Contact Information: intersections@umich.edu

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Researchers from all three U-M campuses are invited to join us for Intersections in Engaged Research. This interactive event will bring together researchers and multiple internal sponsor organizations to share and learn how we can leverage university resources to maximize our public and community impact. It will feature a wide range of engaged research projects, including action-based research, community-based participatory research, community-engaged research, among others, taking place with funding and support through internal U-M award programs. Attendees will learn more about resources, funding mechanisms, training opportunities and networks that currently exist on campus. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from each other and inform how internal funders support engaged research on campus. The event will highlight successful research projects, facilitate conversations on key strategies and lessons learned in the field, and include opportunities for networking. This event is intended for: Faculty and co-investigators from multiple disciplines across the university who are interested in exploring internal funding opportunities and support for engaged research Faculty grant recipients and co-investigators of internal engaged research funding Institutional partners who are interested in supporting engaged research and exploring opportunities for collective impact

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