Engaged Arts and Humanities (EAH) Graduate Student Scholars Program apply the tools of their academic disciplines, along with their unique interests, to public and community-engaged scholarship projects. A key program goal is to develop a strong cohort committed to equity-oriented community-engaged work.  

Scholars learn best practices for partnership and project development and how to communicate their work to non-academic audiences. They broaden their networks on and off campus and have opportunities to work with mentors and to earn a micro-credential on Equity-Oriented Partnerships (collaboration with CU Boulder’s Renée Crown Wellness Institute).  


Starting with the 2024-26 cohort of Engaged Arts Humanities Scholars, the program will be administered by the Center for the Humanities & the Arts (CHA) in partnership with our office.