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Urban Research Scholars Program

The Urban Research Scholars Program was created in 2008 as a way to advance the research being conducted on urban topics at SIUE. There are ten urban research scholars active at any one time, all working on urban topics that advance the IUR's research agenda. Each urban research scholar works internally for one year using IUR funding, and then pursues external funding for a subsequent year (or longer) of urban scholarship within the IUR.

Current Scholars

Stacey Brown, Geography

“Gateway to Poor Health? Environmental Justice and Health Disparities in the St. Louis Metro”

Aminata Cairo, Anthropology

“What are the characteristics of a successful drumming/dancing program that mobilizes young people while drawing from cultural heritage?”

Anthony Cheeseboro, Historical Studies

“Leisure and Entertainment in East St. Louis and Brooklyn from 1945-1990”

Eugene Redmond, Emeritus Professor, English Language and Literature

"The Culture of East St. Louis"

Sarah VanSlette, Speech Communication

The "Where did you go to high school" question

Completed Scholars

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