We are now welcoming applications for the 2018-2019 cycle of ACES funding. In the 2018-2019 proposal cycle, several priorities have been emphasized to support community-engagement and engaged scholarship. Please read the ACES 2018-19 RFP to explore opportunities for funding. Applications are due July 20, 2018. Please contact Victoria Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Andrea Wise (email@example.com) with any questions.
The ACES program is designed to provide faculty with the opportunity to develop, broaden, or deepen their research and teaching of community-engaged scholarship.
Participants receive and gain:
intensive training and consulting from and with the ACES and Public Service Center staff
potential funds for costs related to course community projects, graduate student hire, and/or community-based project development (as detailed per application category above)
opportunities to present research and best practices at an on-campus ACES seminar
new relationships with an interdisciplinary cohort of faculty
enhanced capacity to build and sustain long-term relationships with community partners
the opportunity to mentor undergraduate and graduate students in the development of community-engaged partnership
There are also a number of course development and partnership project resources available through the UC Berkeley Public Service Center, including:
Take a look at our past and current ACES courses.