Community Engaged Scholarship

American Cultures Engaged Scholarship Program (ACES)

ACES Artist In Residence

ACES Artist In Residence (AIR)

The ACES program appoints an Artist-in-Residence for ACES to work with Berkeley faculty, fellows, community partners, and students, in the integration of new media supporting the courses and collaborative relationships that constitute the engaged scholarship program of the AC Center.  The ACES AIR is integral in the development of creating dialogues with campus partners, local artists, and community leaders.

History Of ACES - UC Berkeley Engaged Scholars Initiative (BESI)

The Berkeley Engaged Scholarship Initiative video project was designed to assist in narrating the meaning of engaged scholarship in UC Berkeley research and teaching. BESI became the foundations for our ACES Program offered today. 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. 

History of the AC Program

What is the AC Requirement? These videos aim to give students, faculty, and staff the necessary background to understand the history of the AC Program.