Douglass Institutes across the State System offer undergraduate and graduate conferences that showcase student scholarship and that help to establish a rich intellectual climate at the universities. The Douglass Scholarly Conferences strive to be interdisciplinary and to provide a forum in which all PASSHE students can participate, regardless of the university that is hosting the conference.
The Annual Frederick Douglass Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Conference takes place at Bloomsburg University. To see the proceedings from last year's conference, please click here.
Douglass Institutes across the System have a number of programs designed to support rich intellectual inquiry and exchange in their communities. From book talks and brown bag lunches to discussion/speaker series and symposia, the colloquia create safe spaces for multidisciplinary, multicultural, intergenerational learning and discussion on a broad array of topics related to diversity, inclusivity, and social justice.