Engaged Scholarship Roundtable

 

The Engaged Scholarship Roundtable series features campus, community and national speakers addressing community-based learning initiatives and best practices. Past discussions have featured topics including obtaining tenure through community-based research and how to build community relationships.

 


Monday, April 17   |  3:30 - 5:00pm
at: The Red Gym

How do I find funding for community-engaged work?


Amy Hilgendorf
Associate Director of the Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (CommNS)

Amy Meinen
Director of healthTIDE

Diane Ballweg
Chair of the Madison Community Foundation

Ellen Jacks
UW-Madison grants librarian

Rich Halverson
Professor in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, co-director of the Wisconsin Collaborative Education Research Network (The Network)


Are you a graduate student, staff member, or faculty member seeking to fund your community-engaged research or teaching? Please join us for a discussion about obtaining funding for community-engaged projects. Our panelists have a wide and deep base of knowledge about funding and will discuss grant-seeking, grant-writing, developing programs, what funders are looking for, and how to sustain projects. We will also have plenty of time for questions.