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Engaged Scholarship HUB

The WVU Center for Community Engagement serves as a resource for faculty interested in Academic Community Engagement (ACE). We offer resources and support for the involvement of community engagement into teaching, research and service.

WVU is currently one of 56 public institutions to be classified as both an R1 and community engaged institution. We encourage WVU faculty to incorporate engagement into their scholarship while including students in this work, thereby developing students who are better prepared for successful careers and active thoughtful citizenship, and increasing resources to impact the well-being of our community and our state.

Resources for Community Engaged Scholarship

Whether you're crafting a comprehensive syllabus, a researcher navigating the complexities of your subject matter, or a scholar thirsting for knowledge, our Resources for Community Engaged Scholarship serves as a trove of information at your disposal.


Do you currently teach, or have interest in teaching, a service-learning course? This page contains all that's needed to set you up for success!


View events, recognition, dissemination, and funding opportunities for community engaged scholars, faculty, and staff.


Discover the many mays WVU students, faculty, and staff flourish in reciprocal community partnerships through high impact community engagement practices.


Sign Up for Our ACE Newsletter!

Each month the Center sends out resources, opportunities, and connections regarding the world of service learning.

While we do our best to provide opportunities and resources on our site, we often send out time-sensitive and seasonal promotions through our ACE Newsletter. Be sure to sign up via the link below to stay informed of all things happening here at WVU!

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Hear from students who served with the Old Hemlock Foundation and what their experience in a service-learning course was like.

Service-Learning with Old Hemlock Foundation

This video was produced by the WVU Extension Communications team.