Community Engagement Grant Program

Community Engagement Grant Program

The Community Engagement Grant Program, housed within the Center for Public Scholarship & Social Change, is an internal grant program for faculty that aims to support costs (supplies, equipment, student wages, etc.) associated with one of the following

  • community-based research projects: collaborative inquiry between faculty and community members to identify, research, and solve community problems
  • community impact projects: projects where faculty and community members work together to address problems and needs in the community

Priority funding will be given to those conducting polling/survey research and to those address political, social, or economic issues in Lancaster County. Collaborative faculty-student projects are encouraged.

Anyone interested in finding out more about the program can contact Dr. Mary Glazier.

Recipients

2015-2016 

         Drs. Louise Manfredi and Mark Atwater – Engineering Solutions for the Economically                         Disadvantaged in Lancaster County

         Drs. Laura Brierton Granruth and Carrie Smith – Developing Taxonomy of Successful                         Outcomes in Primary Financial Exploitation Elder Abuse Cases

         Dr. Changfu Chang – Lancaster Safety Coalition Promotional Video

         Dr. Stacey Irwin – Project Green Lancaster 2.0 http://projectgreenlancaster.millersville.edu/ 

2014-2015

Dr. Tracey Weis and Marilyn Parrish – "Together for Good" Oral History project celebrating 125th Anniversary of the YWCA Lancaster

Dr. Charles Geiger - Creating historical interactive maps of the Rockford Plantation

Dr. Ronal Frankum and  Monica Spiese- Conestoga Area Historical Society  http://pennmanorhistory.org/ 

 

2013- 2014

Nadine Garner – Nurturing the Seeds of Sustainability: Growing the American Dream

Duane Hagelgans - Emergency Operations Plan for Manor Township and Millersville Borough: Blue Rock Regional Emergency Management Agency

Karen Rice and Lenora Foels - Institute of Global Well Being and Social Change http://millersville.edu/socialwork/learning_institute/index.php 

Richard L. Mehrenberg - “Homefield’s Insect Hotels”  https://www.homefields.org/ 

2011-2012 Engaged Scholars Profiles

2010-2011 Engaged Scholars Profiles