Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement

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May 6, 2019

Executive Summary of the UW in Seattle’s findings for Carnegie: a rich ecosystem of community engagement

In spring 2017 the UW in Seattle committed to apply for the Carnegie Foundation’s 2020 elective Community-Engaged Campus classification. This effort, also undertaken separately by UW Bothell and UW Tacoma, has embraced both the wide-ranging community-engaged work happening across campus and the critical opportunity of a systematic assessment of policies, practices and partnerships to examine…


May 7, 2018

UW’s Carnegie self-assessment will draw on years of community-engaged work

University of Washington kicked off the self-assessment process for the Carnegie Foundation’s Community Engagement Classification this spring, as a cross-campus initiative to understand, connect and build on UW’s broad efforts in community-engaged teaching, research and service. The Carnegie Working Group, comprising faculty, students and staff from units across campus, is tasked with exploring data and…