Spring 2020 Community Impact Grant Recipients

Libbie Frost, current Notre Dame undergraduate
Joseph Miller, current Notre Dame undergraduate
Cristina Escajadillo, current Notre Dame undergraduate

Libbie Frost, Joseph Miller, and Cristina Escajadillo, current Notre Dame undergraduate students, were awarded $250 for “The Eagle: Bus Mural,” a project intended to collaborate with the students at St. Adalbert School to paint a mural on the side of the St. Adalbert School bus. The project is meant to further show appreciation of where we came from and where we are going despite the political and social climate in which we exist.

Maria V. Alexandrova, Assistant Professor of Practice, Eck Institute for Global Healt
Heidi Beidinger-Burnett, Assistant Professor of Practice, Department of Biological Studies
Roya Ghiaseddin, Professor of the Practice, Applied Computational Mathematics & Statistics
Sophia Pantano, current Notre Dame undergraduate
Meagan Matuska, current Notre Dame undergraduate
Rebecca Hammond, current Notre Dame undergraduate

Maria V. Alexandrova, assistant professor of practice, Eck Institute for Global Health; Heidi Beidinger-Burnett, assistant professor of practice, Department of Biological Studies; Roya Ghiaseddin, professor of the practice, Applied Computational Mathematics & Statistics; Sophia Pantano, Meagan Matuska, and Rebecca Hammond, current Notre Dave undergraduate students, were awarded $5,000 for “Improving Human Papillomavirus—Vaccination Rates and Related Health Outcomes in Saint Joseph County, Indiana utilizing Three Cs Model.”

Patrick Farran, Associate Director, Graduate Business Career Services

Patrick Farran, associate director, Graduate Business Career Services was awarded $4,000 for “Heartful: Exploring the transformational impact of community storytelling through theatre” as a mechanism for enhancing prisoner reentry efforts, community integration, and changing the hearts and minds of others.

Ellen Kyes, Director, Take Ten, Robinson Community Learning Center, Office of Public Affairs
Jennifer E. Burke Lefever, Program Director, Psychology

Ellen Kyes, director of take ten, Robinson Community Learning Center, Office of Public Affairs; and Jennifer E. Burke Lefever, program director, Psychology were awarded $2,000 for the “Evaluation of the Take Ten program: Classroom intervention v. Peacemaking Circles practice.”

Marya Lieberman, Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Marya Lieberman, professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry was awarded $5,000 for “Lead-safe painting 2020” to educate, train, and implement lead-safe painting practices.

Neeta Verma, Associate Professor, Department of Art, Art History, & Design

Neeta Verma, associate professor, Department of Art, Art History, & Design in collaboration with others in the South Bend community were awarded $5,000 for “UNITE: Mitigating Youth Violence And Strengthening Communities Together Through Art And Design.”

 

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