Through training, funding and support, the Division of Community Engagement helps advance faculty members as community-engaged scholars.
The DCE's flagship training opportunity held in May
For experienced service-learning instructors
Discussion-based workshops for faculty and community partners
For me, research, teaching and service are totally integrated. The impact of my scholarship is not just in journal publications, but rather how many people within the community have access to care.
Community-engaged research (CEnR) is a collaborative process between the researcher and community partner that creates and disseminates knowledge and creative expression with the goal of contributing to the discipline and strengthening the well-being of the community.
A variety of small grants are available to help support high-quality service-learning courses, to deepen community partnerships and to facilitate scholarly engagement.
Community Engagement awards [View Image]
As an ongoing recognition of collaboration between the university and its greater community, the Council for Community Engagement proudly highlights and celebrates partnerships that benefit students, staff, faculty, alumni and our community partners on local, state, regional, nationa, and global levels.