Community-Engaged Student Travel Grants

The Loneliness Project

LGBTQ+ artists in Chicago are creating a documentary-play that addresses disparities and inequalities present in community. To learn more about the increase in vulnerability and loneliness experienced by this group, the student grantee is conducting outreach programs through theater workshops, story circles and intergenerational interviews. This project is an important effort to foster an LGBTQ+ community in the area as well as increase awareness of the social isolation the group can face.

Grant Recipient:

  • Caitlin Kane Ph.D. candidate, Performing and Media Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

Community-Engaged Student Travel Grants

Funding students who are spending winter or summer break participating in community-based research activities or service-learning projects.

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