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?
Associate Director of the Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (CommNS)
Director of healthTIDE
Chair of the Madison Community Foundation
UW-Madison grants librarian
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.