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The University of Maryland Baltimore has established the Center for Community-Based Engagement and Learning (CBEL) to coordinate, guide and enhance opportunities for community-based student engagement, scholarship, service and learning in order to improve the health and welfare of the West Baltimore community.
Collaboration Across Campus and Outside Partners
In Spring 2016, CBEL re-launched CIPP 970: Interprofessional Service, Social Justice and Our Community. This one-credit, graduate-level elective course links the experiential with the theoretical by providing hands-on professional experience through service learning. Click here to learn more.
CBEL in partnership with the Social Work Community Outreach Service (SWCOS) developed an interactive map to inform campus and community members about where UMB students are engaged in service learning activities as part of an academic course, not as co-curricular (volunteer) activities.
Research and Scholarship
- CBEL provided grants to faculty and students in order to support pilot research to advance community based service, learning and scholarship conducted in partnership with communities surrounding UMB. Click here to see our grantees.
- CBEL launched the inaugural Faculty Fellows Program for Community-Based Service and Scholarship in 2015. This university-wide program consists of faculty from all six professional schools who lead community engagement across the campus. Click here to see our fellows.
- CBEL connected UMB faculty with community partners and provided faculty with technical assistance in grant preparation.