We have adapted our work in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Please visit our Covid-related guidelines and resources for academic partners here.
The Ginsberg Center supports faculty, academic program staff, and graduate students doing community engagement. Our staff can help you integrate equitable community engagement experiences into your courses, research, and programs. We embed Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) principles and perspectives throughout all of our offerings.
Our work with faculty is generously supported by the Rosalie Ginsberg Fund for University Service and the Stuart A. Miller Endowed Fund for Research and Dissemination.
How do we support academic partners with your Community-Engaged Teaching and Scholarship?
- Browse curated collections of community defined priorities matched to your disciplinary focus
- Explore potential partnerships between campus and community stakeholders through convenings
- Ensure students thoughtfully enter, engage and exit communities through interactive workshops
- Promote student learning about DEI topics including social identities, social justice, and working with underserved populations
- Consult with staff on the design of courses, programs, and research projects
- Experience workshops on best practices, integrating DEI principles and critical reflection
- Apply for one of our Faculty Community Engagement Grants to support your community-engaged teaching, research, or service
- Disseminate your scholarship through community-engaged journals, including the Ginsberg Center's Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning