Community Engagement

January 17, 2024

Faculty and Staff Across the UW’s Three Campuses Begin Collaborating to Improve Community-Engaged Scholarship and Learning

Officially kicking off at the start of winter quarter 2024, twelve faculty and staff from Bothell, Seattle, and Tacoma campuses will collectively tackle key infrastructure priorities for community engaged research and learning at the University of Washington. Stemming from the tri-campus capacity-building effort launched in 2022, these Community Engagement Leads will work within and among…

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…