CCBC/JHU Summer Research Experience

The CCBC/JHU Humanities For All Program provides opportunities for high-achieving humanities students from the Community Colleges of Baltimore County to participate in an intensive and innovative summer research experience. The program is directed by Dr. Natalie Strobach, director of undergraduate research at the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, and funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

This Summer Humanities Collaboratory is a unique approach to bringing together students from different branches of humanities scholarship to work together constructively while pursuing individual research projects. In some ways, this collaboratory is modeled after scientific lab research: while each student will be working towards an individual project, everyone will be gathered together in one physical location and encouraged to observe and engage their peers and instructors. To help us achieve this goal, students and instructors will engage in live research where their computer displays are projected for others to see and participate in their research.

See the 2018 Humanities Collaboratory schedule.

Continuing or graduating CCBC students interested in this summer experience can apply.

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Stories from the 2018 Collaboratory

Many of the Humanities Collaboratory participants were in the midst of mapping out their futures, and for them, the summer was a turning point. Read their stories to learn more about their unique research projects, what they learned during the 10 weeks, and what they plan to do next.

During summer lab at Hopkins, students find deeper passion for the humanities
Johns Hopkins University’s the Hub

Igniting Confidence and Building the Humanities Pipeline
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Shared Experiences Blog

Exploring Literary Synergy Between Hip-Hop and Shakespeare
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Shared Experiences Blog

CCBC + JHU + Mellon Foundation = A Marriage in Humanities Heaven
Mohammed Khalid CCBC Student Blogs

Summer with a Pinckney Scholar: Janelle Green
Coastal Community Foundation