During this webinar, regional award recipients will provide an overview of their programs and participate in a question-and-answer session focused on sharing major impacts, challenges, best practices, and lessons learned. Presentations center on University-community partnership addressing areas such as monitoring and preserving water quality, integrating engineering in middle schools, sports medicine in high schools, and food access in two economically-distressed communities. Last year UofL’s Anne Braden Institute-Kentucky LGBT Heritage Directed by Dr. Cate Fosl was a regional recipient of this award. As a member of the Engagement Scholarship Consortium, this webinar is free for all UofL faculty, staff, and students. Register Now!