Blocks from the state capitol and across the street from city hall, UConn Hartford’s dynamic urban environment allows students to immerse themselves in collaborative activities with many educational, arts, business,
First opening its doors in 1912, the University of Memphis has grown into a thriving metropolitan college. With more than 21,000 students, UofM offers a variety of degrees at the
For 125 years, the Medical College of Wisconsin has led the way in building a healthier world for communities in Wisconsin.
Since being founded in 1893, the Medical College of Wisconsin
Barbara Holland, PhD, is recognized internationally for her scholarship and expertise on organizational change in higher education with a focus on institutionalization of community engagement. In addition to serving
According to the Public Policy Institute of California, California will have a shortfall of 1.1 million college graduates by 2030. In an op-ed published in The Sacramento Bee on
One of CUMU’s newest members, the University of Pittsburgh, is helping to shake the rust off through partnerships with local communities and the city itself.
A blue collar city in the