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- Select Proceed to STEP 2
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- Please specify Advocates for Healthy Living Initiative (AHLI)
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- Rutgers-Newark’s Advocates for Healthy Living Hosts 5-Week Virtual Health and Wellness Series
- OUCP Celebrates Class of 2020 Student Employees
- OUCP NEW HEALTH PARTNERSHIP
- Rutgers-Newark Students Deliver Impactful Presentations at Engage-NJ Student Conference 2020
- Rutgers-Newark Receives 2020 Community Engagement Classification
- Rutgers-Newark Students Recognized by New Jersey Legislature
The mission of the Office of University-Community Partnerships is to serve as the nexus that connects Rutgers University–Newark students, faculty and staff to expand, create and promote reciprocal and mutually beneficial partnerships that support and align with the university’s strategic engagement priorities.
- Invest in collaborative academic and research programs
- Invest in our students
- Invest in anchor institution collaboration
- Leverage our diversity and building civic dialogue
Community Engagement at RU-N
Community Engagement Questionnaire
The Community Engagement Questionnaire (CEQ) is designed to capture information and data on the community engagement/outreach work that RU-N faculty and staff are engaged in. RU-N faculty and staff are strongly encouraged to complete the CEQ so that their initiatives can be included in the Community Engagement Directory.
Community Engagement Directory
The Community Engagement Directory chronicles community engagement partnerships, internships, service learning and other opportunities available to RU-N students, staff, and faculty, and community members/residents.
The GivePulse web-based platform connects and links opportunities between the university and the community for engagement and service while documenting impact.
The Office of University-Community Partnerships has multiple opportunities for community engagement to offer RU-N students who are committed to transforming communities by investing their time, skill and passion to the Newark and Greater Newark area. Students may participate through:
“I believe we can change the world if we start listening to one another again. Simple, honest, human conversation. Not mediation, negotiation or problem solving debates or public meetings. Simple, truthful conversations where we have a chance to speak, we each feel heard, and we each listen well.” –