The Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) connects students' academic work with their interests in and concerns for our local, regional, national, and international communities. ProCES courses integrate service into the curriculum through community-based research, historical and theoretical reflection on service, or course content that helps students explore and formulate responses to pressing societal issues. Students may also participate in community-engaged learning in a more in-depth matter as part of junior or senior independent work.

The courses below and many others have a community-based or service-oriented component.

2023-2024 Fall

Subject & Catalog Number Title
AMS 406 Advanced Seminar in American Studies
ANT 219 Catastrophes across Cultures: The Anthropology of Disaster
ANT 263 Justice
ANT 314 The Anthropology of Development
ASL 101 Beginner's American Sign Language I
ASL 105 Intermediate American Sign Language
CBE 411 Antibiotics: From Cradle to Grave
CEE 102A Engineering in the Modern World
COS 333 Advanced Programming Techniques
EGR 200 Creativity, Innovation, and Design
EGR 250 Community Project Studios: Non-credit
EGR 251 Community Project Studios
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
EGR 451 Community Project Studios
ENG 415 Topics in Literature and Ethics
ENV 448 Neoliberal Natures: Society, Justice and Environmental Futures
FRE 372 Migration, Diversity, Diaspora: Francophone Community-Engagement
HIS 388 Unrest and Renewal in Urban America
JPN 305 Integrative Advanced Japanese I
JPN 401 Readings in Modern Japanese I
JPN 407 Contemporary Japanese Language and Culture I
MOL 460 Diseases in Children: Causes, Costs, and Choices
POL 210 Political Theory
SOC 249 Food Studies: Sociological Perspectives
SPA 205 Medical Spanish
SPA 233 Languages of the Americas
SPA 250 Identity in the Spanish-Speaking World
SPA 304 Spanish in the Community
SPI 390 Race, Ethnicity, Space & Place: Exclusion, Confinement & Transformation (RESPECT)
TPP 301 Seminar on Student Learning and Methods for Teaching
URB 385 Mapping Gentrification