Community-engaged scholarship is an important way to fulfill the public mission of the university and facilitate social innovation. Yet, as more faculty have embraced community engagement in their research and teaching, university cultures and structures for evaluation have not changed, creating impediments and disincentives for community-engaged scholarly work. This webinar featured leaders at UCLA who are working to advance the recognition of engaged scholarship in promotion and tenure, and how they envision Collaboratory might be used a vehicle for faculty to represent their engaged work. Discussion focused on how UCLA is:
Previously Recorded: Tuesday, September 13, 2022
Shalom Staub, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Community Engagement, UCLA
Bemmy Maharramli, Ph.D.
Associate Director for Strategic Initiatives, Center for Community Engagement, UCLA