Civic Engagement, Engaged Scholarship
Engaged Research Fund 2021-2022
Deadline: March 1, 2022The OSUN Engaged Research Fund, hosted by the OSUN Civic Engagement Initiative, invites applications for funding and research support for graduate students and faculty at OSUN partner institutions who are working to develop long-term, sustainable community partnerships as a central part of their research with a goal to develop shared knowledge about issues that align with OSUN priorities and themes.
The Engaged Scholar Award (ESA) is for graduate students pursuing research that integrates community engagement into new or existing scholarship.
The Engaged Faculty Scholar Award (EFSA) is for faculty whose scholarship incorporates community-based research into new or existing research and supports sustained community partners as long-term collaborators.
Examples of past funded Engaged Research Fund Projects:
-Assessing the needs of the LGBT refugee community in South Africa
-Community partnerships and dementia care in Bulgaria
-Translating the Field: On the Labor of Humanitarian Interpreters
-Mothers and Care-givers in Sex Work: A needs assessment study in South Africa
-Ethnomusicology and Disability studies in London
-Co-Production of Storytelling for Peacebuilding in Colombia
-Arts and Social Change: Honoring Jazz Veterans
-Closeness and Care: Elderly care in Serbia during the Covid19 pandemic
The link to the Engaged Research Fund application will be accessible from the OSUN Portal starting Wednesday, December 15 and is due Tuesday, March 1, 2022. Applicants as well as any partner researchers should register on the OSUN Portal prior to submitting an application.
Follow this link to the OSUN Portal.
To create your account and register follow the Not Registered? link. Use your institutional email when creating your account. Once logged in for the first time you will be asked to complete the registration form. After completing the registration form you will have access to the OSUN Portal as well as the link to the Engaged Research Fund application when it opens on December 15th. Co-applicants must complete registration prior to the application being submitted in order to be included on the application.
Please contact Brian Mateo or Caitlin O'Donnell with any questions about the Engaged Research Fund.
Full details on the Engaged Research Fund and an outline of application components can be found here.
Apply from December 15, 2021 to March 1, 2022
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