Where We Engage
Community Engagement Hub Map
To highlight the practice of community collaboration, the Office of Community Engagement has created the map linked below to identify those Stanford departments and units that we call Community Engagement Hubs. Over the years, Stanford has partnered with community members to research and find solutions to issues and challenges in the region and across the globe.
In engaging with community groups and entities, Stanford’s faculty, staff and students in our schools and units rely on a foundation of relationships. Success is built over time, whether it’s tutoring and co-creating learning strategies or working with shelter organizations to better support people experiencing homelessness. Each of these hubs on this map have collaborative projects with community entities.
This map illustrates Stanford’s 140+ Community Engagement Hubs. Stanford defines “Community Engagement Hubs” as the offices and units at Stanford that:
- Engage in sustained community partnerships
- Involve faculty, staff, and students and dedicate resources to sustain the partnership
- Practice Principles of Ethical and Effective Service