Professor Sharon Chamard is researching the social effects of Karluk Manor. Karluk Manor is a housing
first project for chronic inebriates that is scheduled to open its doors in Fairview in mid-November,
2011. Professor Chamard lives in Fairview and is very curious to see how this facility will affect her
neighborhood. The project includes surveying business owners periodically over an extended period of
time to gauge whether this facility changes the social dynamics in the surrounding area of Fairview.
request of the Anchorage Community Land Trust (ACLT). The survey was intended to collect feedback
on their projects and efforts for revitalization implemented in Mountain View. The project was set up as
a 4-credit independent study for the student and was extended into a Summer service project as well.
the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls. Professor Trawver was 2008 Selkgregg Community
Engagement & Service Learning Recipient for her project working with Project Homeless Connect had
developed a one-stop model utilizing community agencies serving individuals and families experiencing