Engaged Curriculum Grants


Knowing that it takes time and effort to develop mutually beneficial partnerships with community organizations, faculty from the Africana Studies and Research Center are building relationships with social justice/cultural organizations in Ithaca and New York City, which will be central to two Africana courses that will be tested as capstone experiences for Africana majors. Both courses will include living case study scenarios that involve students, faculty and community organizations as conscious partners working toward solutions in food, social, racial and economic justice. Throughout the courses, students will become familiar with community leadership skills, ethics and strategies in these fields.

Grant type: Planning

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Engaged Curriculum Grants

Funding teams that are integrating community engagement into new and existing curricula.

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