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Community-Engaged Research Summer Institute

The 2019 Community-Engaged Research (CEnR) Summer Institute will take place June 23rd - 28th at the University of Southern Mississippi's Trent Lott Center cenr-photo.jpgin Hattiesburg, MS. The institute has a maximum of 10 participants, allowing for a workshop/seminar type format, with presenter-participant discussion and interactive learning. Junior faculty members from all major Mississippi universities are encouraged to apply.

The institute will include presentations on many aspects of planning and conducting community-engaged research related to obesity, along with individual and group activities focused on developing a proposal for a community-engaged, obesity-related, research project. One-to- two institute participants will be selected to submit a proposal to the MCCTR Pilot Projects Program.

To date, 21 early career investigators from five Mississippi institutions have attended the MCCTR's CEnR Institute. Two attendees have gone on to receive Pilot Project Funding from the MCCTR.

The CEnR Institute alternates annually between the campuses of the University of Southern Mississippi and Tougaloo College. Above, applicants pose with co-core leader Dr. Jennifer Robinson and former core leader Dr. Kathy Yadrick.

Applications

The next application deadline is Wednesday, March 27, 2019 and the appropriate appplication templates are provided below. Applications and associated attachments should be submitted vial email per application guidelines.

CEnR Summer Institute Applicant Fact Sheet
CEnR Summer Institute Application

Lodging and reimbursement for travel will be provided to the 10 selected participants. Meals will be provided through the institute and via a per diem allowance for those meals not included in the Institute schedule.

For more information regarding the CEnR, contact Carol Connell at carol.connell@usm.edu, Jennifer Robinson at jcrobinson@umc.edu, or Monicah Brumfield at monicah.brumfield@usm.edu.