Center for Global Engagement
The Center for Global Engagement is dedicated to creating collaborative, ethical, globally-engaged students through experiential learning, cross-disciplinary storytelling, fellowships, industry partnerships, innovation and symposia.
A central hub for all of the Newhouse School’s global initiatives, the Center for Global Engagement builds opportunities for students to engage with an increasingly interconnected and complex world in a manner that prioritizes ethics, justice and equity.
Current Project: Race, Space and the Enviroment
A virtual conversation led by Ken Harper, director of the Center for Global Engagement, to investigate the intersections of race and the environment and, specifically, the impacts of current environmental crises on marginalized populations and what it means to collaborate in times of crisis while navigating cultural and socioeconomic differences.
A series of video portal installations to bring together academic and community members from South Africa and Syracuse to facilitate organic and organized interactions through the use of audio-visual sites.
Through a series of collaborative assessments, panelists are co-creating PSA-style video to investigate intersections of race and the environment, and specifically, the inequality and impact of current environmental crises on marginalized populations.
Explore the sections below to learn more about the Center for Global Engagement.