Fall Newsletter

Fall News and Updates from CU Engage

Nov. 2, 2016

Welcome to November! Curious about how CU Engage has been keeping busy these past few months and what we have planned? Please take a look at the newsletter below with news of upcoming events and updates about our community-based learning and research projects. Read the newsletter here .

Research hub

CU Engage to launch new research hub

Oct. 31, 2016

Ben Kirshner, CU Engage faculty director and co-principal investigator in the new research hub, works with Denver youth involved in the educational justice movement at Project VOYCE. CU Engage, in collaboration with CU Boulder’s National Education Policy Center (NEPC) , has received funding from the Ford Foundation to launch a...

Diversity Summit

CU Engage to lead sessions at ODECE Diversity Summit

Oct. 31, 2016

This November 8th, two CU Engage programs, INVST Community Studies and CU Dialogues , will be leading sessions on diversity and inclusion during the 2016 Diversity Summit , "Building the Road Map: I Am Because We Are." From 3:30-4:15pm on Tuesday, November 8th, INVST will be leading a session together...

LSM event

Got Leadership? Informational event November 2

Oct. 30, 2016

CU Engage and the Leadership Studies Minor (LSM) is pleased to host an informational event for CU Boulder undergraduate students this Wednesday, November 2 from 4-6pm in the Museum of Natural History . As part of the event, a noodle bar from Noodle Company will be available to atendees. "This...

CU Engage Spring Courses 2017

CU Engage Announces 2017 Spring Courses

Oct. 24, 2016

Interested in taking classes focused on leadership, social justice, and/or community-building? Check out CU Engage's list of 2017 Spring Courses!

PA student coaches

CU Boulder Public Achievement Coaches Bring K-12 Youth to Campus, Collaborate on Youth-Led Social Change Projects

Oct. 19, 2016

CU Boulder Public Achievement coaches at Centaurus High School, where they work with students to address social justice issues. Over 100 middle and high school students from Boulder County joined 35 CU Boulder undergraduates on campus October 21, to tour the campus and participate in workshops with community and campus...

Ben Kirshner receives Provost’s Faculty Achievement Award

Ben Kirshner receives Provost’s Faculty Achievement Award

Oct. 1, 2016

CU Engage Faculty Director Ben Kirshner was honored with this year's Provost’s Faculty Achievement Award earlier today, at CU Boulder's Eleventh Annual Fall Convocation & Awards Ceremony. Dr. Kirshner was nominated by the former Dean of the School of Education, Distinguished Professor Lorrie Shepard, and then selected for the award...

Imagining Americaann

CU Boulder joins national arts and humanities consortium

Sept. 21, 2016

CU Boulder recently expanded its support of public scholarship in the arts and humanities by joining a national group working to advance democracy and participation in higher education. Imagining America : Artists and Scholars in Public Life , a national consortium of more than 100 higher education and community cultural...

CBR Fellows

New Cohort of CU Engage Community-Based Research Graduate Fellows Selected

Aug. 24, 2016

CU Engage is excited to announce our 2016-17 cohort of Community-Based Research (CBR) Graduate Fellows. Spanning six diverse disciplines including Psychology, Sociology, Education, Mechanical Engineering, Geography, and Technology, Media and Society (ATLAS), the latest group of CBR Fellows will be conducting research in partnership with community organizations to address complex...

Faculty Fellows Cohort Announced

Announcing New Cohort of Faculty Fellows in Community-Based Learning

May 5, 2016

CU Engage is pleased to announce our new cohort of Faculty Fellows in Community-Based Learning for the 2016-17 year. The aim of the Faculty Fellows Program is to expand, deepen, and institutionalize community-based learning at CU-Boulder. This cohort, which is the second of CU Engage's Faculty Fellows, represents a variety...