Building Partnerships to Improve Our Communities
Recognized for Excellence in Civic Engagement
USF is chosen Engaged Campus of the Year as Florida Campus Compact focuses attention
on building students’ citizenship skills and effective community partnerships.
E. Christian Wells, Ph.D. (Department of Anthropology)
Received a crucial Research that Matters grant to help fulfill a community’s dream
of building a collection for a new cultural museum
Elizabeth Miller, Ph.D. (Department of Anthropology)
Research that Matters Grant recipient, studies breastfeeding support among African-American
Elizabeth A. Dunn, MPH, CPH (Department of Global Health, College of Public Health)
A Ray of Sunshine in the Field of Global Emergency Management
Tiffany Gandolfo, Doctoral Candidate (Department of Anthropology)
Friend of OCEP, helps launch OCEP Conversation Series
Check out our Service-Learning toolkit!
Click on the video above to learn more about how the Office of Community Engagement
and Partnerships fulfills its mission.
Click above for the OCEP Conversation Series which brings you inside the world of
visiting scholars, community-engaged USF faculty, community partners, and students
who are impacting our communities with their work.