Academic Collaboration

Engaged Scholarship

Engaged Scholarship, conceptualized by Ernest Boyer in 1996, "redefines faculty scholarly work from application of academic expertise to community engaged scholarship that involves the faculty member in a reciprocal partnership with the community, is interdisciplinary, and integrates faculty roles of teaching, research, and service" (NERCHE). 

Research Compliance

Research involving the collection of information from program participants or staff for the purpose of publications or presentations must fulfill Miami's requirements for the conduct of research involving humans as subjects (see the Office for the Advancement of Research and Scholarship for more information).