Interested in developing skills for academic and professional careers through community-engaged research, teaching and creative work?
The EAH scholars program helps graduate students apply the tools of their academic disciplines and their unique interests to community-engaged scholarship projects and provides funding for this work. A key program goal is to develop a strong cohort and community of learners. No prior experience with engaged scholarship is required, only an interest in and ability to apply the tools of an arts and humanities discipline and the student's life experience to work with Colorado communities beyond the university.
Applications for the 2021–22 cohort are due March 2. Find out more about this program and meet current and former scholars at a community-engaged scholarship coffee hour on Feb. 18.