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Center for Urban Research and Learning

Fellows

Undergraduate Fellows
CURL Undergraduate Fellowships are intended to facilitate involvement of students in collaborative research projects with community-based organizations, social service agencies, health care providers, businesses, and government in Chicago's city and suburbs. Through their research and learning projects, fellows are active participants in Loyola University Chicago's efforts to improve the quality of life of all members of the Chicago metropolitan community. Involvement in the work of CURL can help students develop a foundation for future graduate programs, community development or volunteer service.

Graduate Fellows
Center Graduate Fellowships enable graduate students to participate in collaborative research projects with community-based organizations, social service agencies, health care providers, businesses, and government in Chicago's city and suburbs. Through their research and teaching projects, fellows are active participants in the Loyola University's efforts to improve the quality of life of all members of the Chicago metropolitan community.

Community Fellows
The Community Fellows are community leaders—staff, board members or resident volunteers of community-based organizations. CURL recognizes that individuals with extensive experience in addressing community issues possess knowledge invaluable to understanding those issues and developing innovative solutions to problems facing urban communities. By encouraging greater cooperation between community activists and university researchers, we hope to increase our collective capacity to produce positive urban change.

 

Loyola

Center for Urban Research and Learning
Loyola University Chicago · Cuneo Hall, 4th Floor, 6430 N. Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, IL 60660
Phone: 773.508.8540 · Fax: 773.508.8510 · E-mail: curlweb@luc.edu

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