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

2023-2024 Spring

Subject & Catalog Number Title
AAS 406 Freedom is a Place! Abolition Geography
AMS 305 Food Culture and Food Justice
AMS 306 Commemoration, Crisis, and Revolution in the City
ANT 228 Just Housing? Racial Capitalism and the Right to the City
ANT 240 Medical Anthropology
ANT 318 Global Cultures of Dissent
ASA 330 US Empire in Asia and the Pacific Islands
ASL 102 Beginner's American Sign Language II
ASL 107 Advanced American Sign Language
CHI 452 Fifth-Year Modern Chinese II: Language and Culture in Contemporary China
COS 333 Advanced Programming Techniques
EGR 200 Creativity, Innovation, and Design
EGR 250 Community Project Studios: Non-credit
EGR 251 Community Project Studios
EGR 277 Technology and Society
EGR 350 Community Project Studios: Non-credit
EGR 351 Community Project Studios
EGR 361 The Reclamation Studio: Humanistic Design applied to Systemic Bias
EGR 450 Community Project Studios: Non-credit
ENE 273 Renewable Energy and Smart Grids
ENV 204 Religion and Ethics in Environmental Justice Activism
FRS 112 Imprisoned Minds: Religion and Philosophy from Jail
FRS 126 Learning to 'Spell': Visions of School in Fantasy and Science Fiction
FRS 140 Cirque des Mathématiques
FRS 142 1964: Tipping Point
FRS 152 Translating Mesoamerica
FRS 160 Self-Care
FRS 173 ACTING against Oppression
FRS 193 Food for Thought: What We Eat and Why
GEO 360 Topics in Environmental Justice in the Geosciences
GER 316 Learning (and Teaching) New Languages
HIS 202 The Sixties: Documentary, Youth and the City
HUM 352 Arts in the Invisible City: Race, Policy, Performance
JPN 306 Integrative Advanced Japanese II
JPN 402 Readings in Modern Japanese II
JRN 260 The Media in America
LIN 205 A Survey of American Sign Language
PSY 252 Social Psychology
PSY 332 Sex and Gender Diversity
PSY 420 Selected Topics in Psychotherapy Research
SOC 314 Poverty, by America
SPA 204 Spanish for a Medical Caravan
SPA 205 Medical Spanish
SPA 304 Spanish in the Community
SPA 364 Doing Oral History in Spanish: The 'Voces de la Diáspora' Oral History Project
SPI 486 The New Jersey Constitution: A Case Study of a Modern State Charter in Design and in Action
THR 351 The Craft of Teaching - Community Focused Pedagogy for Artists and Performers
TPP 301 Seminar on Student Learning and Methods for Teaching
URB 384 Affordable Housing in the United States
WRI 231 Is Talk Cheap? II (Year-Long Course)