As a strong partner and dedicated neighbor, faculty collaborate with community leaders and students to develop deliverables that address community-identified issues and opportunities. Faculty are encouraged to contact Sustaining Hoosier Communities to explore potential collaborations.
Faculty play a critical role in Sustaining Hoosier Communities
their class through the steps of the Sustaining Hoosier Communities process.
relationships with the community and their community partners.
their resources to produce impactful projects and meaningful experiences.
their community partner with regular communication and in-person visits.
their collaboration with Sustaining Hoosier Communities and their community partners.
their success with others at Indiana University and in the community, online, and in the press.
Sustaining Hoosier Communities offers resources and support to faculty as they collaborate with communities. Sustaining Hoosier Communities staff will coordinate logistics such as transportation, meeting space, hospitality, assessment, and media relations. Download the Faculty Resource Guide to learn more.
Clinial Assistant Professor Bryce Himebaugh is leading his students in an effort to establish an international Dark Sky Places designation for Hoosier National Forest through an intelligent systems engineering project. Read more about Professor Himebaugh’s work with Sustaining Hoosier Communities.