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Sascha Scott (left) and Scott Manning Stevens (right) with student curator Eiza Capton (center, left) and artist Peter B. Jones (center, right) at the opening of Continuity, Innovation and Resistance.

(Nov. 6, 2023)

Reflecting on the Past, Offering Hope for the Future

Native American students at Syracuse University help curate an exhibition of works by contemporary Haudenosaunee artist Peter B. Jones, illuminating Indigenous culture and history.

EHN Engaged Communities Cohort members meeting around large conference table

(Sept. 21, 2023)

Grants from the Engaged Humanities Network Support 11 Community-Oriented Projects

The interdisciplinary projects, which include faculty and students from schools, colleges and units across Syracuse University, explore a range of contemporary topics such as environmental justice, Indigenous language preservation and fermentation.

Maggie Sardino, engaged humanities research assistant

(May 31, 2023)

A Blueprint for Engaged Humanities: Maggie Sardino Featured in Humanities for All

Maggie Sardino's '23 blog post has been featured in Humanities for All.

Students sitting at a table writing.

(March 28, 2023)

Uniting the Community in the Pursuit of Environmental Justice

The Environmental Storytelling Series of CNY brings together faculty, students and local community partners to address the climate crisis through creative outlets.

Rina Banerjee seated next to artwork.

(Feb. 14, 2023)

Encountering Love, Identity and Place-Making with Artist Rina Banerjee

AMH Professor Romita Ray was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts grant to support acclaimed artist Rina Banerjee’s exhibition and residency at Syracuse University.

Students from the North Side Learning Center exploring microbiomes.

(Sept. 12, 2022)

Fostering Community Engagement Across Central New York

A&S’ Engaged Humanities Network awards mini-grants to faculty and students to support collaborations with the Syracuse community.

Narratio Fellowship co-founders Ahmed Badr and Brice Nordquist (seated on the right) with mentors and Fellows from this year’s Syracuse cohort.

(Aug. 28, 2022)

Expanding Creative Opportunities for Resettled Refugee Youth

The Narratio Fellowship hosts two separate cohorts, connecting students in Syracuse, NY, and Richmond, Virginia.

Three people sitting in chairs in front of a computer.

(July 29, 2022)

Supporting a Pathway to Success for Resettled Refugee Youth in CNY

A CNY Community Foundation grant helps expand programming through the Engaged Humanities Network and North Side Learning Center.

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