2013-2014 Events & Workshops

2013-2014 Events & Workshops

Poverty and Inequality: A Forum on Research, Action, and Community Engagement

What are the challenges involved in poverty research and activism? How do we counter misinformation and misleading stereotypes about poverty? How can the university engage with the community in constructive dialogue about the causes, consequences, and best ways to alleviate poverty? Read more >>

Research that Matters: Social Enterprise, Social Entrepreneurship, and the Economic Impacts of University–Community Engagement 

On Tuesday, October 22, 2013, the Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships hosted Research that Matters: Social Enterprise, Social Entrepreneurship, and the Economic Impacts of University-Community Engagement. The conference was divided into three plenary panels, a keynote address, and breakout sessions. Read more >>

Research that Matters: Social Enterprise, Social Entrepreneurship, and the Economic Impacts of University–Community Engagement 

Research that Matters (RtM) is the research initiative of the University of South Florida's Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships. We seek to support and spotlight academically rigorous research that addresses the causes and consequences of real world problems, that seeks solutions to these problems, and that is carried out in partnership with community stakeholders. Our Research that Matters annual conference series brings together university researchers and Tampa Bay area practitioners to discuss pressing regional concerns, focusing on how research can support practice in a variety of fields. Read more >>

Service-Learning Day, March 6, 2014

Sponsored by the Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships (OCEP), the Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence (ATLE), and the Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement (CLCE). Read more >>