News from the Center

First CES Workshop

On the weekend of September 8-10, the Center for Engaged Scholarship held their first dissertation workshop at Costanoa Lodge in Pescadero, California.

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Scholarly Change

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.

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Protect Academic Freedom

Our first article in a new series discussing how the global academic community is diminished whenever there are attacks on academic freedom.

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Meet the Winners

Meet our CES fellows for 2017-2018, read about their proposed projects and obtain a list of our esteemed reviewers.

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Koch Brothers’ Agenda

They’re investing millions to convert students to their free market ideology and feed the pipeline to their think tanks and institutes.

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March for Science

On April 22nd, thousands of people gathered across the nation to express their opposition to the anti-science orientation of this Administration.

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The 2016 Election

As a progressive community, we are devastated by the victory of a Presidential candidate who opposes our vision of a more democratic, more inclusive society.

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Aldon Morris Joins CES

The Center for Engaged Scholarship is proud to announce that Professor Aldon Morris from Northwestern University has joined our Advisory Board.

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Summer 2016 News

Read our Summer 2016 Newsletter. In it, we discuss the fact that this is an especially challenging time for progressive academics.

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John Hope Franklin

John Hope Franklin was an exemplary engaged scholar, helping to teach us about race and the meaning of America.

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