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The current issue, released September 2009, features collaborative partnerships and research in the ever-growing area of Sustainability.



2010 Outreach Scholarship Community Partnership Award
Co-recipients of this year's award are MSU geneticist Dr. Rachel Fisher and the Dream-M Project: Deafness Research across Mid-Michigan.


Outreach and Engagement Measurement Instrument (OEMI)
MSU Faculty and Academic Staff: Make sure your outreach and engaged scholarship is counted. The OEMI is an MSU online survey that collects data about scholarly activities for the direct benefit of external audiences.
Deadline: March 19, 2010


Community-Campus Partnerships for Health 11th Conference
Early Bird Registration
Deadline: February 23, 2010


10th International Research Conference on Service-Learning and Community Engagement
Call for Proposals
Deadline: March 22, 2010


Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life Eleventh Annual National Conference
Call for Proposals
Deadline: April 2, 2010


Fundraising for Engagement Executive Development Program
Deadline: May 28, 2010


For Faculty: Tools of Engagement
Learn about new curriculum modules available to faculty that introduce undergraduate students to the concept of university-community engagement and help instruct the next generation of scholars.


For Graduate Students: MSU Graduate Certificate in Community Engagement
The program prepares graduate students for academic careers that integrate scholarship with community engagement. It offers students a transcript notation indicating that they have completed the program.


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Featured MSU Engaged Scholars

Building a Repertoire of Job Skills for Inner City Kids Mark Sullivan, D.M.A.
Associate Professor
College of Music
Residential College in the Arts and Humanities

Building a Repertoire of Job Skills for Inner City Kids

Digital Technology Lets Youth Quickly See and Hear the Results of their Efforts

Mark Sullivan is on a mission to help inner city kids begin to build a repertoire of marketable skills, using something they already know and love — music. Although inspiring these kids to learn isn't always an easy endeavor, he sees incredible potential in using creative technologies to tap into their natural interests and abilities. Combine hip-hop and beat-making with the possibility of gaining ... read more

Microbial Risk Assessment, Education, and Knowledge Management Joan Rose, Ph.D.
Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Homer Nowlin Chair in Water Research
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Microbial Risk Assessment, Education, and Knowledge Management

What is the risk of disease spreading in our communities, in our schools, to our children? What biological agents represent the greatest risk associated with contaminated indoor environments, our water or our food? How clean is safe? These are some of the questions that the Center for Advancing Microbial Risk Assessment (CAMRA), housed at Michigan State University, addresses as it creates ... read more

MSU Priorities
Community and Economic Development in the 21st Century
MSU Business-CONNECT has the 'University Door Open' for Entrepreneurs, Research Partnerships, and Economic Development

MSU Business-CONNECT has the "University Door Open" for Entrepreneurs, Research Partnerships, and Economic Development

A new resource at Michigan State University is designed to "open the door" for entrepreneurs and members of the business community looking to partner with faculty researchers. MSU Business-CONNECT facilitates the connections between those seeking to leverage MSU's vast wealth of resources by serving as a visible, knowledgeable, accessible, and responsive contact for critical information ... read more

In Every Issue
Upcoming Events

The Engaged Scholar Speaker Series
Alan Leshner, Ph.D.
MSU Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center
March 22, 2010


New Economy 2.0 Series for Legislators
"The Policies for Placemaking (Stimulus II)"
Anderson House Office Building
March 23, 2010


The Engaged Scholar Speaker Series
Bill Ivey
MSU Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center
April 7, 2010


Design Day
MSU College of Engineering
April 30, 2010

Looking for Community Partners?

Collaboration and partnership with communities are at the core of engaged scholarship. In all of its work, University Outreach and Engagement emphasizes university-community partnerships that are collaborative, participatory, empowering, systemic, and transformative, and anchored in scholarship. If you are a faculty or academic staff member wanting to establish a partnership with community partners to work on a specific research issue, University Outreach and Engagement can help you. Our University-Community Partnerships (UCP) staff, specialists, and researchers have established connections across the state in a number of areas such as education, mental health, human service, business, and government. For more information, contact Bob Brown at (517) 432-1450 or brownr23@msu.edu.

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