Ginsberg Center’s Community Engagement @ Michigan Series 2023-2024

Ginsberg Center’s Community Engagement @ Michigan Series addresses critical topics in community-engaged teaching and learning, research, scholarship, and program/project development. Through seminars and events, this faculty and professional development series supports faculty, staff, administrators, post-docs, and graduate students at U-M who are interested in learning about or further developing community-driven practice. Participants engage with strategies and approaches to develop and sustain community partnerships for research & teaching, prepare students to work with communities, emphasize civic learning across disciplines, develop and refine course-based and program curriculum, and more. 

Offered in Fall and Winter terms. Open to Faculty, Admin/Staff, and Postdocs. Some sessions open to Graduate Students. See workshop descriptions for details.

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With a network of over 300+ community partners across Southeast Michigan, the Edward Ginsberg Center works to connect local communities with U-M courses, researchers, internships and other community-engaged initiatives. Ginsberg Center’s Matchmaking Process helps faculty, staff and students learn about community priorities, translate university opportunities to a community audience, and develop strong relationships with local community partners. Curious about connecting with communities? Starting to plan for your future courses and projects? Join us for this informational session to learn more about Ginsberg’s matchmaking process! 

Open to faculty, admin/staff, post-docs and graduate students.

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