2012-2013 Faculty Interactive Research Program Awards
CURA is pleased to announce the recipients of this year′s Faculty Interactive Research Program grants:
- Ed Brands (Environmental Studies, Division of Social Sciences, U of MN Morris) for "Mapping Manure in West Central Minnesota Watersheds"
- Ross VeLure Roholt and Katie Johnston-Goodstar (School of Social Work) for "Native American Youth Gang Assessment Project"
- Barbara J. McMorris (School of Nursing) for "A School-County-University Collaboration to Evaluate High School Achievement: Longitudinal Analysis of Participants in the Lead Peace Middle School Service-Learning Program"
- Lisa Harnack (Division of Epidemiology and Community Health) and Marilyn Nanney (Department of Family Medicine and Community Health) for "Evaluation of Nutritional Quality of Food Donations to the Emergency Foodsheld Network"
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.