The Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning


Fall 2022 Center Updates

As we continue to adjust to the realities of the pandemic, we also look forward to some exciting upcoming transitions that will shape how Ginsberg does business in the 2022-2023 Academic Year.

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$10M Gift to Support Construction of New Home for the Ginsberg Center

William and Inger Ginsberg have given $10 million to U-M’s Division of Student Life to support the construction of a brand new home for the Ginsberg Center. On March 24, the Board of Regents approved the Edward and Rosalie Ginsberg Building name in recognition of the gift.

Inger and William Ginsberg

Ginsberg Is...Elana Goldenkoff

"I have learned how important it is to be an engaged member of my community and have grown in my role as an active citizen on campus and in Washtenaw County. I have been challenged to think about how to change the research-subject recruitment processes to better reflect the diversity of our community."

Elana Goldenkoff, Graduate Academic Liaison

Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Announces New Call for Proposals

The Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (MJCSL) is excited to announce a call for proposals for a special section entitled "Our Democratic Imperative: The Role of Higher Education in Developing Students’ Civic Identities." This special section, to be included in the Summer 2023 issue of MJCSL, will explore the impact of postsecondary efforts involving students in public service and civic engagement on the development of healthy civic identities.

In partnership with the Haas Center for Public Service and UC Berkeley Public Service Center, this section seeks to sharpen a collective vision for intended student outcomes, particularly as it relates to the educational goals of advancing democratic equality and achieving our civic mission. 

Logos displayed vertically: MJCSL, Stanford Haas Center and U-C Berkeley Public Service Center

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What Pathways are you on to create social change?

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