New National Endowment for the Humanities Opportunity!

Evergreen faculty now have the opportunity to join a collaboration with representatives from other Council of Public Liberal Arts (COPLAC) institutions to design humanities curriculum that incorporates AI. COPLAC was recently awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and has invited member institutions to identify four representatives to participate in a faculty learning community with monthly virtual gatherings and a culminating in-person convening in May 2025. 


The grant defines the purpose of the project as creating “space for faculty from public liberal arts institutions to generate new humanities curriculum and explore new approaches in light of questions raised – and possibilities created – by AI, with a view toward empowering humanities students in public higher education to recognize the value they bring to the workplace and to their communities.”


A stipend is provided for all participating faculty and travel expenses will be covered for those who attend the May 2025 convening. 


If you would be interested in representing Evergreen as part of this program, please contact us for details!

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