URSA announces Community Engaged Learning Award
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity congratulates undergraduate student Aihs Palmer, psychology major, who received this year's Community Engaged Learning Award. Aihs' project titled "Micro-pantries to Mitigate Inaccessibility to Anti-Hunger Resources," will collaborate with Fairbanks organizations to address barriers to local food security resources.
URSA's CEL Award opens for applications every fall and offers funding up to $500 to work with a community partner to explore a community need or problem through research or scholarly activity. Degree-seeking undergraduate students, graduate students, full-time UAF faculty members, postdoctoral researchers, and staff members are eligible to apply. For more information about this year's funded project, please visit the URSA Award Recipients page.
Contact the URSA Office for more information on how to get involved: firstname.lastname@example.org | 907-450-8772