Are you an innovative thinker?
The REI University Center is calling for Co-Learning Plan author(s)!
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.
Plans can be written by practitioners, decision makers, community
leaders, entrepreneurs, scholars, or other stakeholders. Co-Learning
Plan selection is a competitive process, and REI typically funds up to
four Co-Learning Projects each year.
This year's topics include:
- Blockchain Technology Impact
- Can Local Produce Stop Climate Change?
- Community Benefit Agreements
- Energy Co-ops Across America
- MILE Act, Part II
- Online Market Place and Main Street
- Repair Cafes
- The Reuse Industry
Applications are due December 14, 2018.
Visit the Submit an Application page to view this year's topics and apply!