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Center for Civic Engagement

Graduate Students

The CCE provides community engagement support for graduate students in connection with teaching, research, and service. The ways in which the CCE can support you in these three areas are outlined below.


  • Teaching

    • Provide students with community-based experiences to apply core concepts
    • Enhance student achievement of course learning outcomes
    • Support an undergraduate experience of engagement, development, and success

    Learn more about how the CCE can help you develop your service learning course!

    Contact our Academic Program at cce.academic@wsu.edu for assistance.

  • Research

    • Discover new opportunities for community-based research
    • Use your expertise to advance collaborative projects with community partners
    • Expand your network with professional contacts in the community

    There are many opportunities to work on research projects in the community. For example, Kate Bittinger, a WSU graduate student in the Department of Sociology, worked on the Whitman County Needs Assessment. Click here to read the final project report.

    To learn more, click here and select the community-based research section.

  • Service

    • Increase awareness of issues in the community
    • Create positive change in your community
    • Develop your sense of civic responsibility

    Contact our student engagement team for assistance.