CCI's Research Associate, Michelle Sawwan, presented a paper, "Building a Scalable Model of the Community-Engaged Educational Ecosystem: Self-Determination Theory, STEM Identity, and Place Attachment," at the 2022 Andrews Research Conference. The Andrews Research Conference is organized by the Office of Research and Creative Scholarship at Andrews University. The purpose of the conference is to provide Adventist graduate students and early career researchers at non-Adventist universities with the opportunity to share their research with one another and with Andrews University.
CCI's Internship Program Manager - South Bend, Lauren Lounsbury, and Internship Program Manager - Elkhart, Madison Ward, presented posters on CCI's work with the Food Information Networks and dataMichiana projects at the conference.
Originally published by civicinnovation.nd.edu on May 18, 2022.at