Intellectual Community Programs

Intellectual Community Programs

Intellectual communities provide safe places for graduate students to meet to discuss issues related to their graduate experiences and receive information and explore identities beyond their schools or graduate groups.

Intellectual communities are designed as structured learning environments that shape students’ experiences and set the stage for peer interaction. Such communities create structured opportunities where academics, emotional, social and cognitive experiences can be discussed in peer-to-peer relationships that help alleviate challenges and issues of work-life balance for all students, including nontraditional students.   

Current Initiatives

Future Initiatives (2015-2020)

  • Global Scholars (2016-2017)
  • Women and Family (2017-2018)