Past Service-Learning Mini-Grant Winners

Congratulations | Fall 2015 Faculty Service-Learning Mini-Grants AWARD WINNERS

$1400.00: Lauren Shomaker, Toni Zimmerman, and Stephanie Seng, Human Development & Family Studies

Awarded as a joint project for:

RICH: Research Interventions for Clinical Hours Service-Learning

$850.00: Aaron Eakman, Occupational Therapy

Awarded as a grant for:

Occupational Therapy as a Tool for Addressing the Needs for People Living with Chronic Conditions within an Evolving Healthcare Environment

$900.00: William Timpson and Renee Harmon, Education

Awarded as a joint project for:

Occupational Therapy as a Tool for Addressing the Needs for People Living with Chronic Conditions within an Evolving Healthcare Environment

$800.00: Patrick Fahey, Art and Art History

Awarded as a grant for:

Expanding Horizons: A Museum Partnership

$1150.00: Karrin Anderson, Communication Studies

Awarded as a grant for:

Communication and Anti Human Trafficking

$900.00: Stuart Cottrell, NRRT

Awarded as a grant for:

Community Based Research: Sustainable Living Fair

$1000.00: Maricela DeMirjyn, Ethnic Studies

Awarded as a grant for:

Borderlands Healing Practices

$2000.00: Karina Cespedes and Ernesto Sagas, Ethnic Studies

Awarded as a grant for:

Human and Environmental Sustainability Service-Learning in Cuba