Public Engagement at the University of Minnesota

  • School of Social Work Associate Professor Ross VeLure Roholt and staffers of the UROC-Kwanzaa Community Church’s 21st Century Academy program, a civic youth program for North Minneapolis kids.

  • University of Minnesota physician Dr. Michele Allen was recently awarded the 2014 University of Minnesota President’s Community-Engaged Scholar Award.

  • In the 13 years that Paul Soper has been the Internship Director, he’s helped hundreds of undergraduates find public service internships in government, politics and the non-profit sector.

  • When it comes to sustainable solutions, University of Minnesota, Duluth students are rolling up their sleeves and digging in.

  • UCare bus

    The University of Minnesota has been named one of 16 Innovation and Economic Prosperity Universities by the Association of Public Land-Grant Universities.

  • Brian Coyle Center adult services director Amando Dube and School of Social Work professor Elizabeth Lightfoot

    Brian Coyle Center adult services director Amando Dube and School of Social Work professor Elizabeth Lightfoot reap the benefits of community-based participatory research based on equality and trust.

Building the engaged public research university of the 21st Century

At the University of Minnesota, public engagement is the partnership of university knowledge and resources with those of the public and private sectors. Read More.

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Number of U of M departments offering students service-learning opportunities