Education & Empowerment: Working with IA & QuERI

On Friday, April 11th 2014, Syracuse University brought local high school students together on campus to celebrate the Day of Silence. The Day of Silence is an annual day of collaborative action to protest the bullying and harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth. The Queering Education Research Institute (located in the School of […]

Interviews with Engagement Scholars

Stacey Lindbloom, Brian Luce, and Quinton Fletchall 2013-2014 IA Engagement Scholars   Kathleen Kogel, 2013-2014 IA Engagement Scholar  Mary-Jo Robinson, 2013-2014 IA Engagement Scholar  Leondra Polk, 2013-2014 IA Engagement Scholar 

What A Year

Being surrounded by creative, energetic, and motivated scholars is what separates Imagining America from other programs. Engagement Scholars have the resources, flexibility, and support to stimulate change, and promote sustainable development. As a scholar, I have met and worked with local leaders and educators who are committed to improving the quality of life and opportunities […]

Engagement Scholar in the News

Thursday, March 27, 2014   By Kelly Homan Rodoski Fletchall Puts Learning into Practice on Connective Corridor The upcoming April Dear Syracuse billboard, featuring a quote from Michael Rotella ’11. Graduate student Quinton Fletchall loves narrative. He particularly loves the narrative of urban planning and social design. He sees cities as stories that people tell through the lens […]

An Engagement Scholar Reflects 1

By Marc Mason, a 2012–13 Imagining America Engagement Scholar. The Imagining America Engagement Scholars program supports undergraduate students after graduation to stay in Central New York and develop careers as civic professionals. Imagining America helps Scholars find jobs in the region and facilitates monthly seminars about the ethics of civic work. Additionally, Syracuse University’s deans provide […]