Transforming Communities Through Education and Care
Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) is a leader in community engagement, making positive change through research, community service, and educational outreach.
MSM has received national recognition for its community engagement efforts, including:
- The 1999 AAMC Community Service Award
- The first Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Award in 2002
- The 2005 Outstanding Educational Program Award from the Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine
- The Prevention Research Centers Best Practice in Community-Based Participatory Research
Award from the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2011
Local recognition includes several “Health Care Hero” awards from the Atlanta Business Chronicle, an “A+” award from the Atlanta Public Schools, and the 2010 Joseph D. Greene Award in community service from the Healthcare Georgia Foundation.
MSM also holds the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching designations
(2010 classification and 2015 reclassification) in community engagement, representing
a commitment to improving teaching and learning and producing research that makes
a difference in communities.
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To request a speaker, service or other collaboration for your community event, please click the following link for our community engagement form. Please allow as much lead time as possible when making a request.
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