Engaged Communities Mini-Grant and Sustaining Engagement Grant
Engaged Communities Mini- and Sustaining Grants (EC grants) are designed to support publicly engaged research and teaching through mutually beneficial projects created between Syracuse University faculty, staff, and students and community partners. These projects seek to co-create public goods based on community assets, needs and interests.
Call for Proposals: Engaged Communities Mini Grants (Academic Year 2023-24)
Engaged Humanities Graduate Research Assistantship
Engaged Humanities Graduate RAs are hired for one-year, non-teaching appointments to conduct research and writing in the publicly engaged humanities; develop new and support existing community partnerships; collaborate on program design and implementation; assist with the design of engaged humanities undergraduate and/or graduate seminars; and participate in grant writing for public scholarship and creative work.
Engaged Humanities Undergraduate Research Assistantships
Engaged Humanities undergraduate research assistants are hired for one-year appointments to support and promote public engagement through innovative humanities research, teaching, and creative work. Students majoring in at least one humanities program can apply to help develop and support community partnerships, document and promote existing publicly engaged arts and humanities projects, and help create and support new and existing community-engaged humanities programs.