To bring together faculty, students, and community members to build innovative research partnerships that seek to understand local issues, frame questions, and build capacity to improve socioeconomic, health, educational, and environmental conditions.
1. To support and promote community-engaged faculty research and scholarship.
2. Ensure that community-engaged scholarship is rewarded.
3. To create meaningful and lasting community relationships and partnerships.
4. To collaborate with community partners to identify issues and opportunities, and engage in research that leads to actions and applied solutions that respond to challenges confronted by the community.
5. To result in increased partnership and research output that has meaningful impacts on communi-ties we serve and furthers the public mission of the university.
Awardees for CORPI Fellowship 2019:
Eric Larson, Assistant Professor, Crime & Justice Studies: