Project Grace Consortium receives Office of the Provost Engaged Scholarship Award
The Office of the Provost Engaged Scholarship Award was given to The Project GRACE Consortium, for community partnership for its work over the last eight years to eliminate health disparities in African American communities through interventions to reduce the risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
“Public service within our state and externally are fundamental to what we do at UNC and at the Sheps Center for Health Services Research. Always nice when there is external recognition of our faculty and staff efforts. The Project GRACE team at Sheps and in the community was one of the recipients of the Provost’s award for public service this year. Congratulations! I know that many projects at Sheps are service oriented, and its wonderful to see them recognized.” (Tim Carey, Sheps Center Director)