Hope to know more about community-engaged scholarship? Want to connect with others interested in this work?

Join experts from our office, CU Engage and other CU Boulder faculty, staff and students the third Thursday of each month from noon to 1 p.m. for coffee hours to generate informal conversation about community-engaged research, teaching and creative work. Faculty, staff and students new to or experienced in community engagement are welcome. Drop in and bring a bagged lunch or simply enjoy some coffee, chai or a scone as you chat with others interested in engaged scholarship. We look forward to seeing you there and please invite your colleagues!

We kick off the 2019 spring semester with a discussion about community-engaged scholarship conferences and publications, and offer a variety of topics throughout the semester about this type of research. 

Join our engaged scholarship listserv to get reminders about these upcoming coffee hours and connect with other CU Boulder scholars interested in community engaged research, teaching and creative work. 

2019 spring coffee hours

Jan. 17: Community-Engaged Scholarship Conferences and Publications
Feb. 21: Graduate Students and Engaged Scholarship
March 21: What is Community-Engaged Scholarship?
April 18: A Celebration of Community-Engaged Scholarship! 

Past coffee hour topics

2018 fall coffee hours

Sept. 20: What is Community-Engaged Scholarship?
Oct. 18: Integrating Community Engagement into Teaching
Nov. 15: Community-Engaged Scholarship Funding Opportunities


April: Integrating community engagement into teaching 
March: Community-engaged scholarship grants, publications and conferences 
February: How graduate students can get involved with engaged scholarship
January: What is community-engaged scholarship?
November: Praxis makes perfect with Beth Osnes
October: Civic engagement on campus
September: Issues facing manufactured housing owners


April: Community engagement in challenging times 
March: Funding resources for community engagement
February: Organizing a new Imagining America affiliation on campus


To find out more about these coffee hours and suggest topics, contact Lisa H. Schwartz