Community Scholar in Residence
The UNP Community Scholar in Residence is a $10,000 award given to a full-time, tenure or non-tenure track, faculty member of the University of Utah over TWO academic years ($5,000/year). A request for proposals is issued every two years. This award serves as a catalyst for University of Utah faculty involved in public scholarship to integrate research, teaching, and engagement through UNP campus-community partnerships. In addition, it enables the University of Utah to better respond to west side, community-identified issues, while increasing the visibility of faculty members engaged in community partnerships, and providing greater voice to historically underrepresented neighborhoods.
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Community Resident in Action
The UNP Community Resident in Action award is grounded in the belief that community residents bring important knowledge and capacities to the campus-community work of UNP that are unique and essential for University-Neighborhood mutually beneficial collaborations. The CRIA carries an award of $5000 per year for a maximum of two years. The CRIA will be awarded every one or two years based on progress.
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