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Welcome 2023 CSAH cohort
This year's community scholars will engage with our program designed to familiarize emerging leaders with best practices in community develpment and affordable housing policy and practice in the United states.
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CAMP Launch
News@TheU highlights CCE’s new Climate Equity & Mapping Platform (CAMP) project, the latest iteration of the Miami Affordability Project (MAP) that adds data on extreme heat impacts to our existing housing resiliency tools. 
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The celebration continues
CCE's founding director, Robin Bachin, sat down with Dean Laura Kohn-Wood to reflect on the office's 10 years of leadership in civic engagement. 
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CCE at the Mayor's Building Blocks Housing Summit
Pictured: Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava with Robin Bachin, Jen Posner, Chelsea Lafrance and Ana Villamizar.
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Miami-Dade Housing Affordability Tracker
The CCE finished its latest rendition of Miami-Dade Housing Affordability Tracker. More than 18,000 housing units were located, researched, and documented  in time for the June 30, 2022 Building Blocks Housing Summit.
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President Frenk views the Miami Affordability Project (MAP) at eMerge Americas conference.
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CBS Segment
Assistant Provost for Civic and Community Engagement, Robin Bachin, talks to CBS to discuss sea level rise and affordable housing with PBS.
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Climate Gentrification: Is Sea Rise Turning Miami High Ground into a Hot Commodity?
Miami faces anywhere from 14 to 34 inches of sea rise by 2060, and some believe developers see the scarce high ground (much of it in the city occupied by low-income communities of color) as a safe investment. They call it climate gentrification.

WELCOME

The University of Miami Office of Civic and Community Engagement (CCE) is a university-wide initiative that fosters campus-community collaboration by engaging the university’s academic resources in the enrichment of civic and community life. CCE develops teaching and research strategies that directly link academic scholarship to public practice by fostering stronger connections between the University and the South Florida community, integrating civic engagement and community-based partnerships into the curriculum, and promoting community service through experiential learning for students.  The goal is to promote a model of engagement based on a culture of collaboration and an ethic of reciprocity, recognizing the importance of knowledge co-creation and diverse forms of expertise.  This year, CCE is celebrating its 10th anniversary! We invite you to celebrate our accomplishments with us by visiting the 10-Year Anniversary By The Numbers page.

CCE has that ability to know and bring together all the right people at the right place and time, in the right forum, and with the right information.