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The Public Science Project at the City University of New York
The Public Science Project collaborates with academics, community organizations, schools, prisons, and public institutions to design, conduct, and support research and practice aimed at interrupting injustice.
University of Connecticut, Neag School of Education
The Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut has earned recognition as top public school graduate school of education in part through their excellence in mentoring undergraduate and graduate students; their outstanding faculty, who engage in innovative research; and their forward-thinking teacher education programs.
University of Michigan, School of Education
The mission of the School of Education at the University of Michigan is to generate, study, and teach strategies, practices, and tools for addressing educational problems and to prepare practitioners, policy-makers, and researchers who can develop equitable and just educational opportunities.
University of Minnesota, African American and African Studies
Through teaching, research, and public engagement, the African American and African Studies Department exposes students to the pressing challenges of today’s world, as well as possibilities for social change. The Department is committed to the work of sparking students’ interest and curiosity, as well as guiding them to become imaginative thinkers, activist-scholars, confident writers, and dynamic citizens of a world community.
University of Minnesota, Chicano and Latino Studies
One of the Chicano and Latino Studies Department goals is to support and increase the presence of Chicanos and Latinos in the intellectual, political, and social professions, both within and beyond the Midwest. Both of these efforts promote cultural affirmation, social justice values, and community service.
University of Minnesota, College of Liberal Arts
The College of Liberal Arts is committed to intellectual freedom, the pursuit of new knowledge, and the belief that the liberal arts are the foundation of academic learning. CLA prepares students to be independent and original thinkers, to be innovators in their chosen fields, to create meaning in their lives and in their life’s work, and to become productive citizens and leaders in their communities and the world.
University of Minnesota, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
The Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota ranks among the country’s top 10 professional public policy and planning schools, widely recognized for its success in advancing the common good through a comprehensive, world-class program.
University of Minnesota, Sociology Department
In the Sociology Department at the University of Minnesota, they strive to challenge their students intellectually and help them to get involved in cutting-edge research on campus while supporting a diversity of viewpoints and experiences.