The Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning

Discover tools and resources to support your community-engaged research intitiatives, including community-based participatory research (CBPR). While many of these resources are focused on health-related intiatives, the strategies are applicable to other contexts. To work with a Ginsberg staff member in implementing these resources, please contact us at Ginsberg.engage@umich.edu. 

CBPR Partnership Academy
Apply to join this year-long all-expenses-paid training program to learn how to take a more collaborative, solutions-focused approach in your research or community efforts to reduce health inequities. The Detroit Urban Research Center (URC) accepts applications for the new cohort of 12 two-person teams in winter of each year (usually February).

Community Research Partners
CCPH is a partner in this searchable database of member-created profiles and resources that support community-engaged research partnerships.

Consulting for Statistics, Computing, & Analytics Research (CSCAR)
University of Michigan's CSCAR provides consulting services and training opportunities in statistics, data science, and advanced research computation to researchers across campus who are interested in making more effective use of data analytic techniques, regardless of skill level or academic background.

Make Research Matter
This website is designed to give researchers the tools they need to increase the dissemination and  implementation potential of their research findings.

National Center for Institutional Diversity's (NCID) Guidelines on Public Scholarship
The NCID's public scholarship agenda focuses on supporting diversity scholars and the production, dissemination, and application of public scholarship work.

Online Support for Developing and Sustaining CBPR Partnerships
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH)'s  evidence-based online curriculum, has proven to be an enduring and popular resource since its launch in 2005.

Research Toolkit
This website is designed to provide community and academic partners the tools to build a successful community-engaged project.