The Office of Research and Economic Development in partnership with the Institute for Community and Economic Engagement convened a group of community-engaged scholars on Wednesday, November 9th to encourage cross-discipline, community-engaged collaboration. Read about the work UNCG community-engaged scholars are doing and view highlights of their work. Cross/multi/interdisciplinary research and creative activity is at the heart of the strategic seed grants recently released by the Office of the Provost. The grants are tied to the areas of focus of the UNCG strategic plan:
- health and wellbeing,
- vibrant communities, and
- global connections.
Proposals are due December 9th and are available in the areas of:
- Research and Creative Activity,
- Community-Engaged Research and Creative Activity, and
- Teaching Innovations.
The event was hosted at the Greensboro Project Space, a new contemporary art space created by the Art Department in downtown Greensboro.