Partnering

Partnering

Partnering

The Community-Campus Partnerships for Health provides information useful for all kinds of campus-community partnering. Their Resource Library has information about many different forms of partnerships, participatory research and engaged scholarship, the role of governance in partnerships, and other articles.

The curriculum, Developing and Sustaining Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships: A Skill-Building Curriculum, provides an excellent tool for community-campus partnerships.

Engage for Equity offers a model a CBPR (Community-Based Participatory Research) model for planning and evaluation of community-engaged partnerships. The CBPR Model is used as a storyline or logic model to show the connections between partnering and community engagement practices, and goals to better serve communities and improve inequities in health, education, and community development. The site offers tools & resources and examples that guide you through the process. Two worksheets and an initial survey will help you evaluate your current partnership. 

Our Community Partners Directory offers a collection of programs and organizations that work at the intersection of environment and social justice in the Southwest. This is a good starting point if you are looking for a partner for your project.

Our Awards Database offers a comprehensive history of The Haury Program's competitive awards: University-Community Partnership Seed and Challenge grants, Faculty Fellows (since 2017) and Visiting Associates. Here, you can find extraordinary examples of successful partnerships awarded by The Haury Program.