Civic Arts and Humanities

Community Partnerships Program

Earn Credit as You Learn from Professionals

Thanks to a generous donation from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Eugene Lang College is offering nine new spring 2014 and eight new fall 2014 arts and humanities courses that bring community partners, called Visiting Fellows, into Lang classrooms. This program offers you a rare opportunity to learn from distinguished nonfaculty professionals in fields that interest you. In addition, Civic Arts and Humanities employs two paid Student Fellows per course, who will take on supervisory tasks while earning credit.

A Mentor in the Arts and Humanities

Civic Arts and Humanities courses offer you an opportunity to work directly with a community partner in the arts and humanities, who will serve as your mentor. This experience will help you

  • Make connections between your courses, the community partners’ work, and your own intellectual interests
  • Understand the value and relevance of an arts and humanities education for life, work, and citizenship after college

Eugene Lang College is proud to partner with the institutions listed below through the Civic Arts and Humanities program.

Spring 2014 Collaborators

Fall 2014 Collaborators

 
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