A Fond Farewell to our Postdoctoral Fellow

May 20, 2021
Postdoctoral fellow Ingrid Behrsin will begin a new position as an energy and climate research analyst with Global Energy Monitor. Her last day with Public Scholarship and Engagement is May 28, 2021.

New Faculty Fellows Program Supports Public Scholarship

October 15, 2020
Public Scholarship and Engagement launches its inaugural Public Scholarship Faculty Fellows program with 10 faculty members from across disciplines whose project topics span environmental health disparities and green gentrification to criminal justice reform and Korean immigrant activism.

Plans for Culture Change Start with Faculty

September 16, 2020
Vice Provost Michael Rios and Associate Vice Provost Tessa Hill talk about the Provost's Work Group, the intersection between those recommendations and the goals and objectives laid out in the Implementation Framework and how she plans to approach her first year as Associate Vice Provost.

A Message of Solidarity

June 05, 2020

We at Public Scholarship and Engagement are grappling with the anger, sadness, and trauma associated with the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless other victims of anti-Black violence. We stand in solidarity with people coming together in streets around the world to protest these deaths and the ongoing violent racism so prevalent in our societies.

A Statement of Solidarity with Black Faculty

June 04, 2020

This is a time like no other, a global health pandemic and the escalation of public unrest in the face of yet another killing of a Black man at the hands of police officers. George Floyd, like numerous other men, women, and trans persons of color before and after him, died because of persistent and endemic racialized realities in the U.S. that plague Black communities simultaneously with over policing and economic and social exclusion.