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2014-2015 Outreach Incentive Grant Winners

Congratulations to our 2014-15 Outreach Incentive Grant Winners, listed below!

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville provides special project funding for proposals that specifically enhance the engagement mission of the university. UT Outreach Incentive Grants are allocated through a competitive annual process, subject to both academic and community peer review.  Learn more about community engagement funding here.

To see the full listing with proposal abstracts, visit engagement.utk.edu.

Lisa Davenport, clinical assistant professor in the College of Nursing and and Appalachia Project Manager

Proposal title: A Clean Water Public Health & Education Training Program for Rural Appalachia.

Elizabeth DeGeorge

Elizabeth DeGeorge, director of communications in the College of Social Work

Proposal title: Learning Management System Marketing and Training for Online Continuing Education.

Lynn Hodge

Lynn Hodge, associate professor for Theory and Practice in Teacher Education

Proposal Title: Understanding the World by Numbers: Using Social Justice and Community Collaboration to Support Math Learning

Jennifer Ann Morrow

Jennifer Ann Morrow, associate professor in Educational Psychology and Counseling

Proposal Title: A Collaborative Partnership Between the Evaluation, Statistics, and Measurement Program and Knoxville’s Tennessee College of Applied Technology.

Lili'a Uili Neville

Lili’a Uili Neville, Interactive Art Director and Chair of the Commission for Blacks

Proposal Title: Retention of African Americans in Knoxville Initiative Workshop.

Yujeong Park

Yujeong Park, assistant professor for Theory and Practice in Teacher Education

Proposal Title: Building Partnership to Improve the Writing Skills of High Poverty Youth

Liz Teston

Liz Teston, assistant professor for Interior Design in the College of Architecture and Design

Proposal Title: Knoxville and the Build Environment: An Oral History