On April 25, 2022, the Douglass Global Village and the Douglass Discovery Faculty Fellows program held the first annual Douglass Day, an event in which students presented the projects they worked on this past semester. The evening offered students the opportunity to share their work, showing the entire college community all that can be achieved through Douglass programs!
Explore your ambitions
Take a direct route to research and hands on learning in a variety of fields through Douglass Discovery. Build your resume and expand your horizons by collaborating directly with faculty, professionals, corporate leaders, artists, and other Douglass Fellows on their work including laboratory research, arts initiatives, public health projects, and more!
Project SUPER (Science for Undergraduates: A Program for Excellence in Research) offers STEM students the opportunity to participate in funded academic STEM research early in their education.
The Gender and Arts Program provides offerings in the arts for Douglass students including an elective seminar course, capstone project, the annual Douglass Arts Exhibition, and the Douglass Arts Certificate.
The Faculty Fellows program brings world-renowned experts to campus to collaborate with students on research projects, headline speakers series, and offer mentorship.
The Global Village is a set of opportunities that prioritize the intersection of community outreach, experiential learning, and global initiatives.
Programming, networking, mentorship, and other unique opportunities for students who are enrolled in both Douglass and the Honors College.
Stories from Douglass Discovery
Internationally renowned artist Kameelah Janan Rasheed is the 2021-2022 Douglass Artist-in-Residence. The program is a unique collaboration between Mason Gross School of the Arts and Douglass’ new Faculty Fellows initiative, which brings cutting-edge professionals to campus to work hands-on with Douglass students. Rasheed’s workshops and seminars offer a cohort of Douglass artists a direct path to experiences as artists, scholars, and activism. For student artist and filmmaker Lance Margarett O. Panes DRC’23, working with Rasheed has been a dynamic experience that empowers her creativity and encourages her artistic passions across a variety of mediums.
This fall, Kameelah Janan Rasheed will begin an artist’s residency at Rutgers University–New Brunswick through a partnership between Douglass College and Mason Gross School of the Arts. Her residency will offer students from both institutions the chance to express their creativity alongside a nationally and internationally known artist.