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IRRPP Funding Competitions Now Open

Learn more about IRRPP funding competitions for UIC Faculty and ABD Graduate Students researching race/ethnicity and find out how to apply here.


2016 - 2017 Annual Report

The Annual Report reviews IRRPP's impact over the last year, including publications, faculty and graduate student research support, and community partnerships, as well as the many events and workshops that IRRPP hosts. Download the Annual Report here.


IRRPP State of Racial Justice in Chicago Report

This IRRPP report provides a comprehensive picture of the conditions of different racial and ethnic groups in Chicago in relation to housing, health, economics, education, and justice and is meant as a resource for the development of new engaged research projects and policy solutions. Download the report here.

September Scholar Spotlight

Learn more about the work that UIC Community Health Sciences Professor Yamile Molina is doing to promote breast health and civic engagement among Latinas here.














Policy101 Policy 101: Engaged Research Workshop

Faculty and community partners will discuss lessons from their research collaborations, including how to establish equitable partnerships; deal with uneven power dynamics; and the impact engaged research can have on public policy, the academy, and communities.


Embodied Inequalities Embodied Inequalities Lecture

Sociology Professor Nancy López will discuss her current work on a national representative survey that examines the health outcomes of Latino immigrants through a new measure of racialization she calls “street race-gender.”


Lunchtime Lecture Lunchtime Lecture

Join three UIC faculty funded by IRRPP as they present on projects connected to the theme of this lunchtime lecture—Race and Space: Urban Planning and the Politics of Place.

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