Reflecting on UEP’s Community-University Partnership Practices

On May 21st, students, alumni, and faculty in the Tufts UEP program gathered online to reflect on their involvement with the Co-Research/Co-Education (CORE) community-university partnership. CORE is a multi-year, community-based collaboration that integrates teaching, research, and practice. The goal of this event was to provide graduating students an opportunity to share their experiences and lessonsContinue reading Reflecting on UEP’s Community-University Partnership Practices

CORE Assessment Report

A report assessing the Co-Research/Co-Education (CORE) partnership between Tufts UEP and Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI) is now finalized! In the report, lead author and UEP alumni, Zoë Ackerman, highlights CORE’s accomplishments and contributions with a focus on how CORE has impacted the community. This partnership is built on a 30-year collaboration between DSNI andContinue reading CORE Assessment Report

Tufts UEP Launches 3-year CoRE Partnership with Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative

Community partnerships have been an integral part of Tufts Urban & Environmental Policy & Planning (UEP) since its founding in 1973. In 2016, UEP launched a new multi-year partnership model, called Co-Research/Co-Education Partnerships (CoRE), with long-time partner Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI). This CoRE partnership builds on a 25-year history of collaboration. Over the nextContinue reading Tufts UEP Launches 3-year CoRE Partnership with Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative

Co-Learning for Environmental Justice

The New Solutions Journal recently published an article I wrote on “Community University Collaborations for Environmental Justice”. This piece lays out a model for deep, transformative, co-learning between community and university. It is based on the partnerships that I have been building at Tufts Urban & Environmental Policy & Planning over the past six yearsContinue reading Co-Learning for Environmental Justice