Morghan Williams, Scott Phillips, Zearia Chestang, and Katie Richards-Schuster present on Y2C2: Ypsilanti Youth Creating Change.

Community Engagement

  1. Ginsberg Center Dewey Lecture celebrates community engagement

    Faculty, staff, community members and students gathered in Rackham’s Assembly Hall to attend The Edward Ginsberg Center’s Dewey Lecture Series and learn more about community engagement projects, including those involving U-M.

  2. Detroit: Community organizing helped stabilize neighborhoods after mortgage crisis

    University of Michigan researchers studied three Detroit neighborhoods — Grandmont Rosedale, East English Village and MorningSide. They found that those under the leadership of a community development corporation, along with volunteer efforts, weathered the city’s housing crisis better than the rest.

  3. Creating Good Neighborhoods

    The Technical Assistance Center (TAC) is dedicated to establishing and promoting socially just communities, and deploys its interventions to support Detroit residents and stakeholders as they work to strengthen and improve their neighborhoods.

  4. The Ginsberg Center

    For more than a decade, the Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning at the University of Michigan has been hosting a variety of programs and services for students and assisting faculty in the development of engaged learning in their courses and programs.