Kim recognized for community engagement

Collage of photos of agricultural fields in California's Central Valley with portrait photo of Katherine Kim in the center.

Katherine Kim, co-director of the CITRIS Health ACTIVATE project, received the Community Outcomes and Impact Award from the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) in a virtual ceremony this month.

This award recognizes excellence in research that advances community outcomes and impacts, specifically research that has had a significant impact on an organization or program, or has measurably benefited a community. 

Kim is principal for health science and consumer health informatics at MITRE and adjunct associate professor of public health sciences and health informatics at the UC Davis.