Community Partnership and Collaboration Core Pilot Grants are designed to build and support community engaged research (CEnR) partnerships through relationship-building activities exploring research interests and developing infrastructure and governance for research partnerships. Any faculty member from Johns Hopkins University, the University of Maryland Baltimore, or Morgan State University is eligible to apply. Junior faculty, particularly those new to CEnR, will receive extra consideration.
Partnership Development Grants provide up to $10,000 and aim to support partnership building activities for "new" collaborations between faculty from Johns Hopkins, University of Maryland Baltimore, and Morgan State University and a community partner (community or faith-based organization or public agency) from the Baltimore area.
Engagement Grants provide up to $50,000 as starter funds for projects specifically focused on CEnR that will test innovations that address health problems through community-engaged implementation.
The Request for Applications, a complete list of application requirements, and additional requirements are on the Community Partnership and Collaboration Core Pilot Grants website.