Core Faculty Service-Learning Professional
Faculty who would like to include a service-learning component in a course they are developing for the new Core Curriculum are invited to participate in a three-part professional development opportunity. The series is co-sponsored by the Center for Service and Community Engagement (CSCE) and the University Core and carries a $200 stipend. All faculty (full-time, part-time, lecturers) are eligible to attend. Faculty who are interested in offering service-learning, but are not developing a course for the Core are also welcome but are not eligible for the stipend.
Introduction to Service-Learning Workshops
Three one-hour seminars designed to provide those new to service-learning with an understanding of basic principles of good practice. The seminars will be offered from 4:00-5:00 PM at the CSCE on the dates below. Each seminar is presented twice and program participants may attend either the Wednesday or Thursday sessions.
• Introduction and Syllabus Design: Wed. April 17 and Thurs. April 18
• Reflection: Integration of service and learning: Wed. April 24 and Thurs. April 25
• Working with Community Partners and the CSCE: Wed. May 1 and Thurs. May 2
In order to receive the $200 stipend faculty must participate in all three workshops and an individual consultation. All seminars, consultations, and debriefs will be conducted by Jeffrey Anderson, Ph.D., Senior Faculty Fellow, Center for Service and Community Engagement, Elizabeth O’Brien, Service-Learning Coordinator, and guests from the Academic Service Learning Consultants Program.
For questions and to RSVP, email Elizabeth O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org.