Community Engaged Scholarship

2012 Colorado Immersion Training in Community Engagement

The Colorado Immersion Training in Community Engagement (CIT) is now accepting applications for CIT 2012 trainees!  The Colorado Immersion Training in Community Engagement (CIT) is a special opportunity for professional and personal development. As a CIT trainee, you: Learn the fundamentals & benefits of community engagement (CE) and community-based participatory research (CBPR) through multiple venues.

Tips and Strategies for Developing Strong Community Based Participatory Research Proposals

Community Engaged Scholarship Guides and Manuals for Clinicians, Researchers and Community Members

Reports from UC-Wide Symposium on Civic Engagement held June 10, 2005

Civic and Academic Engagement in the Multiversity: Institutional Trends and Initiatives at the University of California

Promoting Civic Engagement at the University of California: Recommendations from the Strategy Group on Civic and Academic Engagement

Campus Community Partnerships for Health

CCPH is a national organization fostering partnerships between communities and educational institutions that build on each other’s strengths and develop their roles as change agents for improving health professions education, civic responsibility and the overall health of communities. This section of their website has resources related to community-engaged scholarship.  Information about grants and training opportunities can be found on other parts of their website.  CCPH's Community Engaged Scholarship Toolkit has a wealth of information for faculty about how to document what they are doing in this area for the purposes of promotion and tenure.


Engaging a University in Self-Assessment and Strategic Planning to Build Partnership Capacity: the UCSF Experience, published in the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, vol 11, no 2 (2006).  



Community-University Partnerships to Prevent Street Violence and Promote Resiliency (pdf)