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    Explore Our Partnerships

    Collaboratory showcases community-engaged projects

  • Find Your Answers Here

    Find Your Answers Here

    The Referral Desk is your point of entry for engagement

  • Nationally Recognized

    Nationally Recognized

    by the Carnegie Foundation for community engagement

Welcome Community and Friends

Community Engagement is about bringing people and organizations together to make a positive, significant, and lasting difference in the world in which we live. We engage as one of many members who make up our communities. We collaborate with many through our scholarship, our teaching, research, creative activities, and service. We engage because we know that great accomplishments, big and small, short-term and long-term, are made possible when we bring together community and university-based knowledge in and out of the classroom, as well as on and off-campus. Together, we collectively imagine what it means to be stewards of our communities and to act as innovators who are redefining the public research university for the 21st century as an inclusive, collaborative, and responsive institution making a difference in the lives of students and the communities it serves. This is what it means to do something bigger altogether.

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We heard the Spring 2020 Digital Humanities Collaborative Institute is set to be one for the books! (We also heard our favorite GA will be presenting her work 😉) Don't miss out on the opportunity to see community engagement in action w/ @dhcollabnc

How can databases help us track and measure community engagement and public service? How can we encourage reciprocity? Learn how we confront these questions and more through this blog post from our partners at Collaboratory.

Campaign season is upon us, folks! Join some of the nation's leading experts for the #SpeechMatters conference on Feb. 27 in Washington, D.C. as they discuss some of today’s most pressing issues related to participation, protest and policy.
Register at: http://ow.ly/m8m450yrFk4


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