The Engaged Arts and Humanities Graduate Student Scholars program is for graduate students in the arts and humanities who are interested in community-engaged research, teaching and creative work. This program helps students apply the tools of their academic disciplines to working with Colorado communities and provides funding for this work.
Lisa Schwartz, office community outreach program manager, leads the program and serves as a mentor to the students. Schwartz has an extensive background in community-engaged research.
Click on the scholars’ pages below to learn more about their community-engaged scholarship projects.
Interested in applying to become a scholar? Find out more about the Engaged Arts and Humanities (EAH) Graduate Student Scholar program.