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Work with the CCE


Learn engaged learning and research models adapted to the block

We are curating a CBL course list as well as a library of syllabi, student projects, assignments, and research projects suited for a condensed formatStay tuned!


Gain a thought partner in the work

Need support in thinking through how to integrate community-engaged work into your teaching and research? Reach out to Director Jordan Travis Radke at


Connect with community-based organizations (CBOs)

Reach out to our Community Partnerships Coordinator Niki Sosa at for support in building relationships with local organizations, or check out our community partnership database (Summit).


Seek financial support

Apply for grants for CBL curriculum support, CBL course development, and CBR Support. Reach out to for more details.


Identify community research needs

The CCE will facilitate an RFP process this year for community organizations to generate a list of community-driven CBR projects that could connect to your teaching or research.


Share and celebrate your work

Let us know what you’re up to so we can elevate your efforts through CCE and college communications, celebratory events, and connecting you with other faculty.


Stay in the know

Sign up for our Engaged Faculty listserv to stay in the loop for interesting events, faculty development opportunities, and helpful pedagogical/methodological resources.  Contact to join.


Get involved in collaborative engaged research projects


This year the CCE will begin to work with a faculty service committee to craft collaborative research projects in which other faculty may get involved. Stay tuned.


Connect student coursework with CBOs

Interested in having your students engage in applied research during your course?  CCE staff can consult with students to help them connect their papers, projects, theses, or capstones to local organizations.


Gain co-facilitators

CCE staff are happy to visit your classroom to lead a class, discussion, or exercise around how to engage in community work or research intentionally and equitably.