EDUCATION & TRAININGS
Providing Learning Opportunities for Community Engagement & Health Research
SEMINARS, TRAININGS, & COURSES
Knowledge and skill-based community engagement workshops and trainings for faculty, staff, trainees, students, and community partners.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT LABS
- Grant Writing
- Validated Instruments
- Articles (CE models, approaches, metrics)
- Partnership Agreements
Science of Community Engagement (HRP 272/CHPR 227): The Science of Community Engagement in Health Research course will focus on how the science of community engagement can be applied to diverse health-related research topics across the translational spectrum with the ultimate goal of high quality research that transforms human health and addresses health disparities. The course will provide historical context, theoretical frameworks, foundational skills in diverse community engagement methodologies, and tools for examining the effectiveness of various engagement strategies aimed more
EDUCATIONAL & FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS
Thanks to support from the Valley Foundation, the Office of Community Engagement (OCE) Valley Fellowship Program provides funding to support medical students interested in working with local community-based organizations on projects that meet specific partner-identified needs.
The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
The Schweitzer Fellowship provides community service fellowships for graduate students in health-related professional fields to design community based projects to address unmet health needs.
Students enrolled in the Scholarly Concentration in Community Health can apply for the collaborative MD-MPH Program with the University of California, Berkeley, designed to train medical students to be effective physician scholars and public health leaders.