Since 2007, the Excellence in Community Engagement Awards has supported exemplary community-based efforts. At the institutional, state, and international levels, the Council recognizes and funds Graduate Fellowships, Outstanding Efforts led by community partners, students, and faculty/staff, Seed Funding, and Travel Funding.
Figures above represent 2017 to present.
The Council on Community-Based Partnerships recognizes outstanding achievements in engagement scholarship. Students, faculty, staff and their community partners are honored for excellence in community-based research.
The Council on Community-Based Partnerships invites students, faculty, and community organizations to submit a proposal to present a poster at the annual Excellence in Community Engagement Poster Exhibition. Proposals should describe community engagement research or relevant projects.
The Council on Community-Based Partnerships seeks proposals for seed funds for community-based/community-engaged research projects that seek to advance the quality of life for Alabamians. The purpose of this funding is to provide start-up funding support for community engagement research and scholarship.
The purpose of this funding is to provide travel support for the dissemination of community engagement research and scholarship. Funding may also be used for relevant training opportunities.
The Zachary David Dodson Memorial Endowed Scholarship is awarded to a Division of Community Affairs student worker who displays qualities of excellence and faithfulness reflected in his time at The University of Alabama.