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Type: Community-Engaged Scholarship
The creation and dissemination of knowledge and creative expression that furthers the mission and goals of the University in collaboration with the community. Community-engaged scholarship addresses community needs through research, teaching and service in a mutually beneficial partnership. Quality and impact is determined by academic peers and community partners.
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation supports Center for Neighborhoods three-year research project
Volunteers are an essential resource for every nonprofit organization, regardless of mission or purpose. Recognizing the need for professional development in the critical field of volunteer management, MVMA and the NPML program will offer classes and events that individuals can use to qualify for a noncredit Chancellor’s Certificate in Volunteer Management from UMSL.
Entering its 18th year in 2021, the Fundamentals of Planning and Zoning Chancellor’s Certificate has educated hundreds of members of the St. Louis planning community.
Field experience in the community in your chosen profession is a hallmark of a UMKC education.
Eight students from historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) participated in a summer program at Missouri S&T that is designed to encourage engineering students from underrepresented groups to pursue graduate studies.
The UMKC Center for Neighborhoods has released a study of small apartments in the Central City Economic Development (CCED) area, including parts of 18 neighborhoods in KCMO.
More broadband research is needed for Missouri’s rural area to help close the digital divide.