Center for Service and Community Engagement
Community-Engaged Teaching

Workshop series

  • In lieu of workshops, this year we will host several informal lunchtime conversations on topics of interest to faculty who teach or are planning to teach service-learning courses. If you would like to propose a conversation topic or are interested in facilitating, please contact Elizabeth O’Brien (obriena@seattleu.edu).

    Brown-bag lunch discussions 2014-2015:

     Working with first year students in service-learning classes

     Date: Tuesday, October 21, 2014

    12-1:15 pm

    CSCE office (corner of 13th and Cherry, in the Douglas)

    Join Hilary Hawley (English Department) and CSCE for an informal conversation on strategies for successfully incorporating service-learning into courses for first year students. Bring your lunch; coffee, tea, and cookies provided. RSVP: csce@seattleu.edu.   

    What Went Wrong? Debriefing service-learning with your community partners
    Date: Winter quarter, TBD

    12-1:15 pm

    CSCE office (corner of 13th and Cherry, in the Douglas)

    Join Elise Murowchick (Psychology Department) and CSCE for an informal conversation on strategies for reflecting with your community partner and incorporating feedback. Bring your lunch; coffee, tea, and cookies provided. RSVP: csce@seattleu.edu.

    Preparing students for cross-cultural encounters in service-learning

    Wednesday, April 8th, 2015

    12-1 pm

    CSCE office (corner of 13th and Cherry, in the Douglas)

    Join Christina Roberts (English Department) and CSCE for an informal conversation on preparing students for community experiences, using Sherman Alexie’s short story "Gentrification” (no need to read this advance). Bring your lunch; coffee, tea, and cookies provided. RSVP: csce@seattleu.edu.