Further humanities and social science work that benefits Orange County.
Your investment will:
- Support research projects, collaborative programs, internships and study-away opportunities
- Further community initiatives such as the Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History, the Archeology Artifact Collection, the Digital History Project, and the Center for Public Policy
More than an institution of higher education located in Orange County, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences is part of the Orange County community. The college seeks to meet its responsibility to the urban community by gathering, analyzing and preserving locally sourced stories, demographic data, public documents, artifacts and historical resources and by working with the community to find solutions for political, social, educational, demographic and economic challenges.
Your investment in urban community initiatives will support faculty research endowments, partnership projects, study away travel, internships and faculty and student engagement opportunities in our local communities. It also will support distinctive urban outreach initiatives that include the Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History, the largest oral history archive in Southern California; the Archeology Artifact Collection; the Digital History Project; and the Center for Public Policy.
For more information about this investment opportunity and how your contribution will be used, contact:
Senior Director of Development