Diversifying the Curriculum through Community Engagement

Awarded to Whitman in January 2018 by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Diversifying the Curriculum through Community Engagement grant supports faculty-led community engaged curricular development and exploration focused on partnering with community members in the Walla Walla Valley.*

*The Community Engaged Learning and Research Initiative (CELRI) is developing new partnership funding methods in response to the impacts of COVID-19 on our Whitman and Walla Walla communities. Check this page in Spring 2021 for updates on how to partner with us.

Revitalizing the Humanities in the Pacific Northwest
through Community Engagement

Awarded to the five members of the Northwest Five Consortium in January 2020 by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Revitalizing the Humanities in the Pacific Northwest through Community Engagement grant supports capacity building for meaningful, relevant community-engaged learning. Through strategic partnerships we will undertake this work collaboratively with our community and institutional partners throughout the region.

Northwest Five Consortium members:

  1. Lewis and Clark College
  2. Reed College
  3. University of Puget Sound
  4. Whitman College
  5. Willamette University

We are currently designing opportunities for faculty and community engagement. We look forward to sharing faculty development and funding opportunities soon! Catch up on our recent activities in the archived Consortium Connections or join our stakeholder listserv to receive future issues.