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Impact Huddle
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Impact Huddle
MEETINGS BEGIN MAY 2

Are our efforts with and within communities having the impact we intend? Join leaders from the CUMU membership to explore how to measure and communicate impact in our own settings.

Community Engagement Huddle
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Community Engagement Huddle
MEETINGS ONGOING

Join Henry Cunningham, University of Louisville, to explore key issues in community engagement, learn how others are effectively navigating those issues, and discuss challenges and successes

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
BOARD CHAIR: Kristin Sobolik, University of Missouri, St. Louis

“The need for higher education to illustrate its relevancy and help enact positive results for people, and our communities is increasingly imperative. An essential partner in our efforts to amplify our impact nationally is CUMU.”

k12 Huddle
K-12 Partnerships Huddle
MEETINGS BEGIN APRIL 24

Join Brian Sturdivant, University of Maryland, Baltimore, to explore how to form, build on successes, and maintain mutually beneficial partnerships with K-12 schools

May 1 webinar: UACS
WEBINAR: K-16+ academic partnerships and University-Assisted Community Schools
PRESENTED BY: University of Pennsylvania and Binghampton University, SUNY

Discover lessons learned from academic partnerships that connect the university and K-12 curricula through projects that help to solve community-identified local problems.

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A MEMBERSHIP FOR YOUR ENTIRE CAMPUS

Since 1989, the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU) has become the leading voice and forum for higher education leaders anchoring and energizing urban and metropolitan communities. CUMU provides unique opportunities for everyone on your campus—senior leadership, administrators, faculty, staff, students, and partners—to participate in and benefit from CUMU.

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