Our staff, students and Alumni are at the frontline of global response networks to COVID-19, collaborating with higher education institutions, Governments, and communities across the globe.
In their own words - staff and students help fight COVID-19
Community Academic Research Links (CARL) in UCC supports a wide range of community organisations with free research support. The student research, under academic supervision, is carried out in collaboration with the community partner, and across a wide range of disciplines. Please visit the CARL Website for forthcoming research opportunities linked to COVID-19. www.ucc.ie/en/scishop/
UCC through its membership of the international Talloires Network of civically engaged universities is pleased to announce the Talloires COV-AID Student Engagement Award ($2500), which will support undergraduate students to develop projects in their local community that contribute to more equal societies. Find out more here.
Staff: How to Volunteer
UCC staff interested in volunteering to support the national COVID-19 Response can register with the Cork Volunteer Centre, a UCC staff volunteering partner organisation. The Volunteer Centre collaborates with UCC to place our staff in a variety of high impact volunteer roles with organisations across the city and region.
For further information on staff volunteering opportunities or to discuss staff volunteering ideas please contact Dr Martin Galvin UCC Civic and Community Engagement Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Students: How to Volunteer
UCC students interested in volunteering safely to support the national COVID-19 Response can keep an eye for upcoming safe and vetted volunteering opportunities in line with the staged re-opening of the country and apply at studentvolunteer.ie/ucc/view-all