COH GRADUATE SCHOLAR-ACTIVISM & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AWARD
The College of Humanities is pleased to announce the availability of a Graduate Scholar-Activism & Community Engagement Award in the Humanities. The purpose of the award is to recognize activist and/or community-oriented scholarship from graduate students across the College that have demonstrated a commitment to supporting communities through community organizing, service or scholar advocacy. Each department/program may nominate up to two students for this award. Application materials should include the student’s CV, a letter of nomination from the unit’s Director of Graduate Studies, and a statement from the student providing evidence of their efforts relevant to this award. Evidence may include but is not limited to: class projects/papers, conference activity, public education projects, political organizing, community-engaged pedagogy, popular press publications, creative projects, campus/disciplinary involvement/leadership. The award is supported by funding from the Dean of the College of Humanities.
- Applicants must be enrolled in a graduate program in the College of Humanities during Fall 2024-Spring 2025 academic years.
Application materials should include:
• A personal curriculum vitae
• A letter of nomination from the units Director of Graduate Studies
• A statement from the student providing evidence of their efforts relevant to this award
Contact Natalie Montoya at firstname.lastname@example.org with scholarship question.