The Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) supports academic courses and research grounded in Princeton's commitment to research and education that benefit humanity. ProCES courses bring community-identified priorities and interests into conversation with course learning goals through experiential learning, including: community-based research, empirical analysis, service learning, guest speakers, site visits, citizen science, participant observation, public humanities, practicing arts, and other collaborative modalities and methods of knowledge co-creation. Partners include non-profit, public sector, and non-governmental organizations and grassroots community leaders representing a variety of fields as well as racial and environmental justice and social change frameworks.
The courses below have a community-engaged component. For more information about this semester’s ProCES courses visit https://proces.princeton.edu/students/find-course