CES is the real collaboration between a university partner and a community partner where both are meaningfully involved in each step of a project from its inception to its conclusion and the project’s goals/outcomes meet the community’s needs as defined by them.
A really good, short, easy-to-read introduction to Community Engaged Scholarship is provided by this article:
No, Community Engaged Scholarships only fall into the last two columns within this continuum of involvement.
This matrix walks you through all the steps.
One of the ‘go to’ organizations to learn a lot more is Community-Campus Partnerships for Health. Their website is a treasure trove of useful information, and it is not just for academics in the health professions, it’s for everyone interested in community engaged scholarship.
All articles in each of these seven journals with links to a PDF of every article:
For questions and more information, please contact Dr. Christina Holub, Faculty Director of Community Engaged Scholarship, email@example.com.