The Certificate in Public Scholarship curriculum is portfolio- and project-based, designed to support fellows in developing rich archives that evidence publicly-engaged scholarly work, and in framing its significance for plural and diverse audiences.

In consultation with a portfolio advisor, fellows shape a self-directed course of study, according to their individual scholarly and professional goals.

Course Development Grants for CPS faculty [2012-2014]. The Certificate is soliciting course development proposals that promote credit-bearing, graduate-level opportunities allied with CPS goals and objectives. Proposals are reviewed at the bi-annual steering committee meetings in December and June. See the CFP for details.

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