Urban Research Awards
CPACS Inquiry Awards Part of the mission of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS) is to conduct research, especially as it relates to concerns of our local and statewide constituencies. The CPACS Inquiry Awards, is one catalyst of the College to assure this mission is fulfilled. CPACS Inquiry Awards are intended to support research of any methodology that explores the nature, scope, concerns and/or solutions to issues of public interest with a focus on examining or demonstrating how such inquiry can positively impact the public(s) researched. For this award the public(s) researched must be relevant to Nebraska and/or our neighbor states.
Kulig, Teresa C. and Butler, Leah C., "The Role of Specialty Courts in Addressing Human Trafficking Cases: A Policy Evaluation" (2019). Dean’s Office. 40.
Funding for this research was provided by a 2018 Inquiry Award from the College of Public Affairs and Community Service Dean’s Office.