The semester-long Engaged Scholars Academy includes workshops, participation in team meetings with coaches, and a few assignments. In addition, each scholar designs an engaged scholarship project based on ongoing areas of work and interest. We wish to acknowledge the leadership role of Dr. Lorilee Sandmann of the University of Georgia who partnered with us in the development and delivery of this curriculum. We request that you acknowledge the University of New Hampshire, Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Academic Outreach, in all materials or publications that arise from the use of this Web site.
Scholars hear from federal and foundation program officers, successful faculty peers, and nationally-known experts in engaged scholarship. These interactions also help enhance the scholars' knowledge and practical approach to projects and collaboration with partners.
Charlie French, Assoc. Extension Professor, on how OSA curriculum got him involved in a project.