Connecting Minority-Serving institutions and Rural Research
Exploring the potential for MSIs to produce more rural research and integrate rural perspectives into established and developing rural-focused research systems.
Building Trust and Visibility Through Community-Based Participatory Research at Rural Minority-Serving Institutions
This research brief explores how rural MSIs and approaches to community-based participatory research can be used to better understand MSIs’ nature and practices.
Using Networks To Build Collaborative And Equitable Food Systems
This brief focuses on local food systems as vehicles for collaboration and racial equity among multiple stakeholders and networks.
What (and Who) Counts? Defining Rural Development Success
There are no easy solutions for the many challenges that rural Americans face, but it’s clear that rural communities themselves...
Rural Development and Rural Health Practices: Trends and Opportunities for Alignment
This first in the Thrive Rural Field Perspective Series describes the main trends and catalysts for change that emerged from...
Rural Public Health and Health Care: A Scan of Field Practice and Trends
This field scan is a contribution to Thrive Rural, specifically intended to provide an understanding of the state of relevant...
Measuring the Cost and Accomplishments of Capital Subsidies: The Case of Rural UDAG Grants
Document provides background into nature of Urban Development Action Grant Program (UDAG), differentiated from other programs in that the grants require letters of commitment from the developer and at least 2.5 dollars of private investment for every dollar of UDAG funds.