Public Humanities

Public Humanities Graduate Fellows Program

The Public Humanities Graduate Fellows Program prepares students for careers as dynamic, socially-engaged humanists both within and beyond the academy.

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Internships and Fellow-Designed Community Projects

The Public Humanities Graduate Fellows Program includes internships and fellow-designed community projects, both of which fulfill the practicum requirement.

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Artists in Schools

Graduate students teach a five-week interactive course in the arts or theater to K-6 students at the Franklin Service Center.

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Collaborative Arts Teaching

Funding for faculty for community-engaged visual and performing art projects housed within UCSB courses.

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“Foundations in the Humanities” Prison Correspondence Program

“Foundations in the Humanities” is a correspondence program for people incarcerated in California prisons.

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Interpreting in Our Local Schools

UCSB students with bilingual fluency in Korean, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish, and Vietnamese serve as interpreters during parent-teacher conferences.

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UC Student Veterans Summer Writing Workshop

UC-wide student veterans attend a five-day workshop retreat in June to learn how to compose and share narratives about their military experiences.

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Community-Engaged Projects On Campus

This list of community-engaged projects and courses at UCSB was compiled in 2016-17 and and is intended to serve as a resource for faculty and students who are interested in community-engaged research and teaching.

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