SERVICE LEARNING FACULTY FELLOWS
The Service-Learning Faculty Fellow Program is a year-long faculty development program that provides an opportunity for selected faculty members to integrate service-learning into their teaching, research, and public service while becoming recognized campus leaders in service-learning pedagogy and community engagement. The program is a partnership between the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies, and the Department of Student Activities’ Leadership and Service Center, the Solved Initiative, and the Office of Sustainability.
Participants of the Service-Learning Faculty Fellows program are committed to the following endeavors:
- Becoming part of a core group of campus leaders knowledgeable about and engaged in service- learning pedagogy;
- Increasing familiarity and exposure to service-learning theory and current research;
- Applying best practices of service-learning research and pedagogy;
- Exploring evaluation and assessment strategies for measuring service-learning’s impact on students, faculty, and community members;
- Developing and implementing a service-learning related project;
- Connecting to public service and outreach initiatives and existing community-university partnerships;
- Developing interdisciplinary service-learning projects through conversation and collaboration with faculty from other disciplines; and
- Enhancing the CTE Service-Learning Module in the Faculty Portal in order to educate faculty campus-wide about this high-impact practice.
Read the Service-Learning Faculty Fellow Program Overview here.
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