A resource for students interested in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to address persistent social problems in innovative and ethical ways
Students and faculty are invited to apply for summer research support.
View the schedule of upcoming events and workshops.
See what Levitt post-graduate fellows like Arthur Williams are doing to build a better world.
In 1980, the family of long-time public servant Arthur Levitt established the center in his honor.
History of the Center
The Racial Justice and Criminal Justice in Oneida & Herkimer Counties Series continues.
Students integrate classroom study of poverty with internships and co-curricular activities.
At the Levitt Center, students combine academic knowledge with practical skills as they engage in public affairs through research, service-learning, lectures, discussion, and practice. Learn more about our programs and how they will help you develop the important qualities of a “changemaker” — creativity, understanding, self-awareness, and empathy.
Important Dates & Deadlines
Sun, Mar 14
Sun, Apr 18
Course Development Grant Applications due (faculty only)
Sun, Apr 18
Research and Innovation grant applications due (faculty only)
Research and Discovery
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