Socially Engaged Practice

Check out spring 2017 socially engaged courses>>

Socially engaged practice takes on the systemic social, environmental, and economic challenges of our day. Sam Fox School faculty, students, and staff work with individuals, organizations, governments, and communities, especially in St. Louis, through our research, teaching, and practice. This includes community-engaged teaching, service programs, research projects, and more. Check out some of our recent endeavors below:

       
Alberti Program>> CityStudioSTL>> Recent Projects>> PXSTL>>

Student Opportunities

Enroll in a socially engaged course>>
Volunteer with kids: Alberti Program>> | Design Connection>>
Attend a conference>>
Apply for an internship or summer funding>>
Learn more at the Art of Social Change>>
Discuss at Social Hour>>

Faculty Opportunities

Review recent socially engaged projects>>
Find resources and guides>>
Apply for CityStudioSTL funding>>
Attend a conference>>
Learn more at the Art of Social Change>>

About the Office for Socially Engaged Practice

The Office for Socially Engaged Practice is a hub and a resource to support collaborative, socially engaged practices of art, architecture, and design. Through this support, we will fulfill our institutional responsibility to citizens and communities here in St. Louis and around the world.

The Office works with faculty, staff, students, and community partners to support all aspects of socially engaged practice. Contact Liz Kramer at kramer@wustl.edu for more information. The Office is located at 621 N. Skinker.

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