Carnegie Foundation Recognizes Ohio State for Community Engagement

Ohio State has earned the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s 2015 Community Engagement Classification. The university was recognized for its extensive engagement programming and how its mission, culture, curriculum and resources are structured to support high-impact community engagement.
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Preserving Diversity in the Southside Revitalization

In neighborhoods of steep economic and racial diversity, such as Columbus’ Southside, divides between the wealthy and impoverished can cause certain demographics to get pushed elsewhere during times of revitalization. The Kirwan Institute is working to help preserve the treasured diversity that the Southside has cultivated.
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Recognition Awards Accepting Applications

Awards will be given in the community engagement, international engagement, service-learning, staff, student, student group and community partner categories. A total of $21,000 will be awarded. Applications are due Feb. 16.
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Outreach and Engagement Grant Opportunities

Engagement Impact Grants support innovative engagement scholarship that connects academic excellence in teaching and research with compelling challenges, enhances partnerships between collaborative university teams and community partners and creates sustainable programs that lead to transformational change.
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