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Travel Funding

As part of its sponsorship of the Certificate, the Simpson Center makes available some limited conference travel funding for CPS fellows.

People

The Certificate in Public Scholarship comprises an extended learning community of graduate student fellows, faculty and staff advisors, and their c

Curriculum

The Certificate in Public Scholarship curriculum is portfolio- and project-based, designed to support fellows in developing rich archives that evid

National Context

The Certificate in Public Scholarship is part of a larger movement to build mutually-beneficial partnerships among campuses and communities, and to

Mission

The graduate Certificate in Public Scholarship (CPS) at the University of Washington (UW) fosters equitable and reciprocal forms of public engageme

Cathy Davidson

Now You See It: Why the Future of Higher Education Demands a Paradigm Shift
Thursday, February 21, 2013 - 7:00pm
Kane Hall, Room 210

Cathy Davidson explores the impact of digital media on learning, and how major institutions that adhere to organizational and learning models inherited from the early 20th century can be reshaped.

Josiah Ober

What Is Democracy and What Is It Good For?
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 - 7:00pm
Kane Hall, Room 110

Josiah Ober is a leading theorist of democracy, deliberation, political dissent, and institutional design, whose teaching and research links ancient Greek history and philosophy with modern political theory and practice. He looks to the democracy of ancient Athens to explore political issues of the present and reimagine forms of democratic engagement.

 

Shu-mei Shih

From World History to World Art: Reflections on New Geographies of Feminist Art in Asia
Thursday, November 15, 2012 - 6:00pm
Kane 220

Historians and literary scholars have struggled with the ideas of world history and world literature, but their efforts have largely run parallel with each other. Taking cue from discussions of world history and world literature, how might we conceive of world art and the place of Asian feminist art within it?

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