At The University of Alabama, we define the scholarship of engagement as a partnership that joins together the specialized knowledge of the campus with the practical knowledge of the public to solve critical problems of interest to both.
Connect with other students interested in community engaged research through undergraduate and graduate planned activities, workshops, events, and conferences
Receive assistance in grant writing, have access to specialized grant programs, and be eligible to participate in community-based grant programs
Assist or conduct community-based research with faculty and community members, present or attend research conferences, and/or publish or review scholarly articles
Volunteer with or develop and pilot community-based programs that address critical community needs
Interact with faculty across campus, community members, and community organizations such as nonprofits, government organizations, schools, small businesses, and religious institutions
Receive mentoring from faculty, staff, and community members that have an interest in community engagement