Engaged Cornell grants fund undergrad and faculty research

Students, faculty and their community partners have received Engaged Cornell research grants to study education, inequality and equity, and community health and sustainability in New York state and international settings.

Four teams – including nine faculty members and two extension associates from seven academic departments and eleven community partners – will use Undergraduate Engaged Research Grants to involve undergraduates in hands-on community-engaged research.

Three projects received Grants for Faculty Research on Engagement to examine the ways community-engaged teaching and research influence behavior, learning, quality of life, social identity, participation in society and other topics that are important to educators and to society in general.

Read the full story in the Cornell Chronicle.