ASHE Institute on Community-Engaged Research (ICER)

ASHE will host a two-day Institute on Community Engaged Research (ICER) September, 30, 2018-October, 2, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The ICER is an initiative associated with the ASHE 43rd Annual Conference and Theme: "Envisioning the Woke Academy."
The purpose of the ICER is to provide training and professional development to select ASHE members who are committed to incorporating critical, community-engaged research methodologies into their current or emerging research agenda. ASHE will offer support to these scholars for designing and conducting community-engaged research, amplifying findings to serve communities, particularly those in pursuit of accessing and attaining postsecondary credentials, and translating their findings into solid strategies that policy-makers, community-based organizations, and post-secondary institutions can use to serve communities. 

Applications are Due August 13, APPLY NOW! ICER APPLICATION 
(Travel, meals and accomodations will be provided for all selected participants)

For more information on this initiative, please contact Wilson Okello

Jasmine Haywood, Ph.D.
Lumina Foundation
Tabatha L. Jones Jolivet, Ph.D.
Azusa Pacific University
T.J. Jourian, Ph.D.
Oakland University
Chris Nelson, Ph.D.
University of Denver
Claire Robbins, Ph.D.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Dafina-Lazarus Stewart, Ph.D.
Colorado State University