Pictured above is the Fall 2019 Hurricane Maria Project Team. From left to right: Faculty Fellow Sarah Raskin (Trinity College), Community Partner Lydia Herrera from Lilly Sin Barreras, Olivia Painchaud (Trinity College), Maria Martinez (Trinity College), Christian Gardner (Capital Community College), and former Action Lab Director Megan Brown.

The Liberal Arts Action Lab is excited to announce we are now accepting proposals for the fall semester. The submission deadline has been extended to Friday, April 2, 2021.

Hartford community partners*: Need help exploring an important research question? 

The Liberal Arts Action Lab invites Hartford community partners to submit a 3-paragraph proposal on a question you’d like help answering with a team of student and faculty researchers from Capital Community College and Trinity College. Examples of past projects are below and on our website here.

After the review process is conducted by the Hartford Resident Advisory Board,  your proposal will appear publicly online to help us match you with interested faculty fellows and students. 

If your submission is selected, a representative of your group must be available to meet with the Lab team at least once a month from September to December 2021 (either Tues., Wed., or Thurs. afternoons, or Tues. or Wed. evenings) either remotely or in-person, if pandemic conditions allow.

We will contact you after the Hartford Resident Advisory Board prioritizes proposals in early March. 

Need some help brainstorming? Here are some questions asked by community partners from previous semesters:

The first step toward answering any question is to ask it. Interested in submitting a proposal? Head to action-lab.org/apply/partners-and-proposals. For more information, contact the Action Lab Communications and Program Assistant, Morgan Finn, at morgan.finn@trincoll.edu.

* We broadly define community partners as neighborhood groups, non-profit organizations, government agencies, social entrepreneurs, etc. 

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