News from the Center
Our CES 2022-2023 dissertation fellowship application portal is now open!
We are delighted to announce the winners of the CES 2021-2022 dissertation fellowship.
Read CES Fellow Justine Modica’s excellent op-ed in the Washington Post, discussing the role government must play in raising wages for child care workers.
Vartan Gregorian who died on April 14th was the longtime head of the Carnegie Corporation and former President of Brown University,
CES Fellow Nantina Vgontzas’ latest article argues that the left must vie for control over the algorithms, data, and infrastructure shaping our lives.
Fred Block’s latest article, published in Nonprofit Quarterly, breaks down the myth that social science professors are all leftist radicals.
Joss Green (a 2019 CES Fellow) and Woods Ervin research the work experiences of trans women of color.
Newly appointed CES Fellow, Isaac Jabola Carolus, has gained press attention in California for his research on home health workers.
George Aumoithe, (a 2017 CES Fellow), has written an Op-Ed, published in the Washington Post.
CES fellow Jessica Katzenstein has written an important report on the militarization of U.S. policing.
The Blum Center at the UCSB has an opening for an Equity Research Postdoctoral Scholar.
Meet our CES fellows for 2020-2021, and read about their proposed projects.
Apply now to be a presenter at the scholar-activist conference at UC Berkeley March 12-14, 2020.
The Judicial Ruling in the Caster Semenya Case.
CES mourns the death of Erik Olin Wright.
CES has received a grant from the Hewlett Foundation.
Robert Dunn’s argument on the impossibility and undesirability of “value free” social science.
On a recent August weekend, we held the second CES dissertation workshop
Read the op-ed by Idit Fast, a 2018-2019 CES Fellow and Ph.D. student in Sociology at Rutgers University.
On the weekend of September 8-10, the Center for Engaged Scholarship held their first dissertation workshop at Costanoa Lodge in Pescadero, California.
Professor M.V. Lee Badgett, from the University of Massachusetts at Amhert, writes that scholarly work matters in how we change hearts, minds and policy.
Our first article in a new series discussing how the global academic community is diminished whenever there are attacks on academic freedom.
Meet our CES fellows for 2017-2018, read about their proposed projects and obtain a list of our esteemed reviewers.
The Center for Engaged Scholarship wishes to thank our colleagues who generously gave of their time to serve as reviewers.
They’re investing millions to convert students to their free market ideology and feed the pipeline to their think tanks and institutes.
On April 22nd, thousands of people gathered across the nation to express their opposition to the anti-science orientation of this Administration.
The Center for Engaged Scholarship is proud to announce that Professor Aldon Morris from Northwestern University has joined our Advisory Board.
Social science researchers were connected to June 27th Supreme Court abortion decision.
New research spotlights political donation changes and the role of donors in both the Republican and the Democratic Parties.
The Turkish government has launched a campaign of repression against academics who signed a petition in support of a peace.
The first phase of our 2016-2017 Fellowship Application Process has now ended!
The Koch’s are using their billions to advance their market fundamentalist agenda at public universities.
The Koch brothers are supersizing their already hefty investments into college students’ hearts and minds.
John Hope Franklin was an exemplary engaged scholar, helping to teach us about race and the meaning of America.
Did American Psychological Association leaders collaborate with the government’s torture program?
Student protests lead to resignation of the President and Chancellor at the University of Missouri.
Marshall Steinbaum discusses Thomas Piketty’s economic speech at the University of Chicago.
CES to challenge the widely held view that social science should be “value-free.”
Higher education groups urge Supreme Court to continue to allow colleges to consider race in admissions.
An argument is being made that academia rejects diversity when it comes to conservative thinkers .
Report shows inequality rates rise, even with sustained economic & employment growth.