Due Date Extended for 2018 Co-Learning Plans
Due Date for Applications is now December 29th, 2017
Co-Learning is a process in which multiple parties collaborate to generate new knowledge. In a Co-Learning Project,
innovative economic development tools, models, strategies, policies,
and practices are researched, and the findings and recommendations serve
as a key resource for economic development practitioners and
policymakers in Michigan. Co-Learning Plans can be written by
practitioners, decision-makers, community leaders, entrepreneurs,
scholars, or other stakeholders. Co-Learning authors are expected to
conduct research, engage in Co-Learning with peers, write a Co-Learning
Plan, develop a dissemination plan, identify potential Innovation
Fellows, and present at the Innovate Michigan! Summit.
Jason Ball presenting his Co-Learning Plan at the 2017 Innovate Michigan! Summit
Plan selection is a competitive process. REI typically funds up to four
Co-Learning Projects each year, and authors receive up to $8,000 in
support. Visit the Submit an Application page to apply for funding.
Read through our topic ideas for the next round of projects!