Community-Engaged Scholarship Graduate Student Showcase

Join us for a poster session with graduate students from the Engaged Arts and Humanities Student Scholars and Community-Based Research Fellows. Learn about students’ work and how to get involved with these programs. This event is part of Research and Innovation Week. 

Led by the Office for Outreach and Engagement, the Engaged Arts and Humanities Scholars program is designed for arts and humanities graduate students, who apply the tools of their disciplines to community-engaged research, teaching and creative work.
 
Students’ projects have included collaborations with the bilingual youth and families at Columbine Elementary, the Louisville Museum, the Boulder Fringe Festival, online story platforms and an intergenerational campus and community project to commemorate Los Seis de Boulder. 
 
Engaged Arts and Humanities Graduate Student Scholars, 2018-19
  • Jasmine Baetz, Art and Art History
  • Jason Hogstad, History
  • Fernanda Iwasaki, Spanish and Portuguese
  • Jashodhara Sen, Theatre & Dance
  • Julia Uhr, Philosophy
CU Engage's Community-Based Research (CBR) Graduate Fellows are part of a yearly cohort of graduate students representing diverse academic disciplines across CU Boulder, all of whom do community-based research. Graduate students may apply to the CBR Fellowship in the spring and, if selected, join the next year's cohort starting in the fall.

Community-Based Research Fellows, 2018-19
  • Ángeles María Osorio de la Rosa, School of Education
  • Arielle Milkman, Anthropology

In addition, CU Engage's Putska Scholars, a cohort of undergraduate students who combine academic learning with multi-year community-engaged research projects, will present their work. 

Putska Scholars, 2019=20

  • Lluvia Macias, Junior, Neuroscience and Psychology, Health Access for Undocumented Individuals
  • Marwa Osmun, Junior, Biology, Social Equity: An Integral Part to Environmental Sustainability
  • Sara Hagos, Sophomore, Political Science, Navigating Identity and Belonging among Diasporic Communities
Please RSVP so we can plan for refreshments: http://bit.ly/2lPoY9U

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at 10:00am to 12:00pm

Visual Arts Complex, Lobby and Courtyard
1085 18th Street, Boulder, CO 80309

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