Civic and community engagement touches the entire campus community. Community-based resources for faculty include university-wide initiatives, funding for civic engagement projects, partnership development, and technical assistance. A special emphasis is placed on our support of community-engaged teaching and scholarship across all schools and evaluation of community-engaged teaching and other outreach efforts.
Professor Brian Carpenter shares why a community-based approach deepens his work:
Faculty Impact and Excellence
We support faculty impact and excellence in many ways:
- Community-Engaged Principles and Resources: A robust and curated library of resources to assist faculty with Community Engaged Teaching
- Course-Engaged Support and Trainings: Educational sessions and individual consultation on curriculum, community partnership, project development, assessment, and other topics.
- Civic Engagement Fund: Capacity-building grants up to $5,000 to support community-engaged courses and St. Louis-based initiatives.
- Faculty Fellows: Community engagement consultation and support from experienced faculty
- St. Louis Community Tours: Excursions that uncover the racial, sociocultural, and political context of St. Louis city and county
For questions and other information, Matthew Bakko