“The most salient takeaway I had this summer was observing first-hand what strong community engagement looks like in practice.”
Each summer, two Tufts UEP graduate students work with community partners for a 10-week fellowship through the CoRE (Co-learning/Co-education) partnership. Funded by Tisch College, fellows get hands-on experience in community planning, organizing and development while helping to extend the collaborative work between the Tufts and the community partner. Below, Sharon Cho reflects on her summer with the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative. Click here for our previous post on Minnie McMahon’s experience with Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts.
The Case of Indiana Humanities UEP’s weekly colloquium was visited this by Felicia Sullivan, senior researcher at the Center for Information Research on Civic Learning… Read More »Felicia Sullivan: Social Network Analysis as an Evaluation Tool