2015-2016 Faculty Interactive Research Program Awards
CURA is pleased to announce the recipients of this year′s Faculty Interactive Research Program grants:
- James W. Amell (University of Minnesota-Duluth, Department of Social Work) The Generations Project: Exploring Indigenous Voices Using Photovoice
- Lucy E. Dunne (Department of Design, Housing, and Apparel) Sewn Products in Minnesota: Identifying Policy Influences on Industry Development and Fostering a Skilled Workforce
- Douglas Hartmann (Department of Sociology) Serious Kids’ Stuff: The Landscape of Youth Activities, Diversity, and Social Reproduction in the Twin Cities Metro Area
- Peter K. Snyder (Department of Soil, Water, and Climate) Evaluating the Contribution of the Built Environment to Extreme Warming During Twin Cities Metropolitan Area Heat Wave Events
CURA′s Faculty Interactive Research Program supports University faculty members to carry out research projects that involve a significant urban-related public policy issue for the state or its communities, and that include active engagement with groups, agencies, or organizations in Minnesota involved with the issue. Awards are made annually during spring semester.