As part of our office's Engaged Arts and Humanities Graduate Student Scholars program, cohort members interview community-engaged scholars, artists and activists with vast experience. Modeled after our office’s Engaged Scholars Interview series, these conversations with mentors are designed to bring the process of community-engaged practice to life.

Read the interviews below conducted by the last three cohorts of EAH scholars to learn how these exemplary and award-winning practitioners address inclusion and equity in their partnerships, get feedback on the impact of their work, deal with unexpected challenges and more. New interviews by the 2022–23 scholars include: Brianda Cervantes, Kahlil Jacobs Fantauzzi, Maya Osterman, Nicholas Shapiro and Rachael Deagman Simonetta.