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Ruth G. McRoy, Jerry P. Flanzer, and Joan Levy Zlotnik

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780195399646

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195399646.001.0001

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Building Connections: Mission, Community Partnerships, and Collaborations

Building Connections: Mission, Community Partnerships, and Collaborations

(p.103) 6 Building Connections: Mission, Community Partnerships, and Collaborations
Building Research Culture and Infrastructure

Ruth G. McRoy

Jerry P. Flanzer

Joan Levy Zlotnik

Oxford University Press

This chapter provides very specific strategies and approaches departments and schools of social work can use make connections to facilitate and enhance interdisciplinary research collaborations across the university, between the university and the local community as well as nationally and internationally. Specific examples are given to illustrate roles students and faculty can play in these collaborations and how schools and departments of social work can serve as external evaluators for public and private agency grants and projects as well as partner to develop funding applications for federal, foundation, state and local grants. Examples are given of how formalized agreements can be used to strengthen and university/agency partnerships.

Keywords:   collaborations, research partnerships, community involvement, memorandum of understanding, joint funding, school as generator, sustaining ongoing relationships

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