The Carolina Center for Public Service offers a wide variety of awards and recognition to faculty and staff. For details on these opportunities, see Awards & Recognition.
The Faculty Engaged Scholars program is an initiative of the Carolina Center for Public Service to advance faculty involvement in engaged scholarship. The first class of eight Faculty Engaged Scholars was selected in October 2007 to participate in learning about and pursuing community engagement through scholarly endeavors. It is a two-year program with a new cohort of at least eight scholars entering every other year. Dr. Ronald Strauss serves as faculty director and Mr. Melvin Jackson as community director.
The Carolina Center for Public Service offers several funding opportunities for faculty and staff, including grants and fellowships. To learn more, see Funding.
Engaged Scholarship Resources
To learn more about organizations and resource collections related to engaged scholarship, see Engaged Scholarship Resources.