Three University of Minnesota graduate students have been named to the UROC Josie R. Johnson Engaged Dissertation Fellows Program. The program is designed for University graduate students who are developing as community engaged scholars, preparing for their dissertation research, and doing research for the public good. This year's co-hort will focus its study on youth, low-income, and communities of color in the Twin Cities.
Ebony Adedayo, a fourth-year student in the College of Education and Human Development's Curriculum and Instruction Program;
Jessica Forrester, a fourth-year student in the College of Education and Human Development's STEM Education Program; and
Audrey Robeson, a first-year student in the University's Forest Resource's Natural Resource Science and Management Program.