The following are the partners and primary sources of support for the Community-Engaged Scholarship Collaborative at Duke.
Duke Clinical and Translational Institute
CTSI accelerates real-world translational research at Duke with funding, innovative resources, and nationwide collaborations.CTSI supports scientific discovery to improve the health and health equity of our communities. Agility and equity are central to their work.
Duke Faculty Write Program
The Duke FWP aims to advance faculty writing and cultivate community through workshops, retreats, writing groups, and consultations. Adding the dimension of community to writing opens up possibilities for collaborating with other writers who also are advancing their scholarly endeavors.
Duke Global Health Institute
The DGHI brings together knowledge and resources from across the university to address the most important current global health issues. DGHI faculty, staff and students collaborate with organizations and communities across the globe to train students, conduct research and pursue global health solutions.
Duke Service Learning
DSL connects academic curriculum to communities to foster enriched learning and engagement in ethical collaborations. They provide consultation, training, research, and advocacy for the work of faculty, staff, students, and communities.
Duke Social Sciences Research Institute
SSRI brings together researchers interested in problems that cross various social and behavioral sciences, including natural sciences. They promote multidisciplinary collaboration among such scholars as they work on social issues to address fully from within any given discipline.
Forum for Scholars and Publics at Duke University
The FSP at Duke advocates for the vitality of community expertise and scholarly knowledge within and outside of the university. They organize programs and public events, curate digital spaces for sharing research and host working groups and residencies.
Explore the campus resources available for community engagement.