Lang Center
for Civic & Social Responsibility

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"Connecting curriculum, campus, and community through engaged scholarship and collaborative action."

Issue Areas

Organize your energies! If you’re passionate about an issue, we can help you find relevant courses, research, internships, and volunteer opportunities, whatever your academic major.

Faculty-Led Initiatives

We house faculty-led programs that encourage interdisciplinary learning and Engaged Scholarship. Current programs: Urban Inequality & Incarceration, Global Studies Initiative, Health & Societies, Arts in Action. 

Resources

The Lang Center provides a variety of resources to students, faculty, and community members, including funding, advising, transportation, and space.

The Lang Center in the News

Nader Almadbooh ’23 Named Newman Civic Fellow

Nader Almadbooh ’23 Named Newman Civic Fellow

Nader Almadbooh ‘23 joins 211 other students from across the U.S. and Mexico in this year’s Newman Civic Fellowship. The yearlong program is for students from Campus Compact member institutions who demonstrate leadership on their campuses along with a commitment to finding solutions for challenges facing communities locally, nationally, and internationally. More

Lang Opportunity Scholars Named for Class of 2023

Lang Opportunity Scholars Named for Class of 2023

“The Lang Scholar Class of 2023 is an inspiring cohort who exemplify engaged scholarship,” says Jennifer Magee, senior associate director for the Lang Center for Civic and Social Responsibility, who advises the scholars. “With the mentoring and resources available through the Lang Center, Lang Scholars gain the knowledge, connections, and skills needed to craft effective and innovative solutions to complex social challenges.” More

The Front Lines of Change: Tracking Business Behavior During COVID-19

The Front Lines of Change: Tracking Business Behavior During COVID-19

Working with the startup Progressive Shopper this summer, Daniel Torres-Balauro ’23 helped develop the Corporate COVID-19 Index, which uses 14 criteria to evaluate companies’ efforts to minimize worker unemployment, secure worker health and financial security, and support suppliers, community members, consumers, and COVID-19 relief funds. More

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