The Berkeley Engaged Scholarship Initiative video project was designed to assist in narrating the meaning of engaged scholarship in UC Berkeley research and teaching. The final Video Project, features a series of interviews with UC Berkeley faculty discussing their research as it relates to questions of public, community, and accessibility.
- Building Trusting Relationships
- UC Berkeley's Approach to Complex Social Problems
- Diversity's Role in a Research Environment
- Inspriring Students, Inspiring Change
- From Publication to Public Action
- Becoming Community Becoming Cal
- The University's Responsibility
- Public Access to Privileged Knowledge
- Learning with Advocacy
The ACES program is intended, through the development of new or revised American Cultures (AC) courses over five years, to build the scholarly resources and infrastructure necessary to support the highest level of teaching, research and community-based learning within the American Cultures curriculum. The following videos document some of this journey.
The AC Spotlight Series: From Concept to Classroom
Begun in 2007, the American Cultures Spotlight Series provides opportunities for the campus community to critically engage in conversations regarding future AC curriculum development around key themes relevant to the AC requirement. The following videos document some of these programs.