IPCE Awards Funding to UIC Faculty for Civic Engagement Research
IPCE is pleased to announced the recipients of the Civic Engagement Research Fund Award for 2020-2021. Three UIC faculty members have been selected to receive funding for their work that either furthers our understanding of civic engagement theory and the practice of facilitating engagement or provides tools that enhance the efforts of civic engagement in community change initiatives. Each recipient must submit a report of their work to IPCE for online publication.
Civic Engagement Research Awardees:
Claire Laurier Decoteau, Department of Sociology/College of Letters and Sciences: “Social Autopsy of COVID-19 in Chicago”
Faith R. Kares, Institute for Research on Race & Public Policy: “The State of Racial Justice for Arab Americans in Chicago “
Nadine Naber, Gender and Women's Studies and the Global Asian Studies Program/Department of Anthropology: “Integrating Mothers of Color into Policy Processes on Prisons and Immigration”