The Engaged Scholar Faculty and Community Fellows Program pairs JHU faculty with community partners to co-design and co-teach a spring 2017 course. All fellows receive a $2,000 stipend. Fellows must be able to attend a two-day training the week of Aug. 15 and attend monthly evening sessions during the academic year.
Faculty do not need to have a community partner identified to apply. The center can assist in forming a connection.
Preference is given to full-time JHU faculty affiliated with the Homewood campus.
Please contact Gia Grier McGinnis, associate director, Center for Social Concern, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to apply.
The application deadline has been extended through May 31.
Visit the Engaged Fellows Program page on the Homewood Student Affairs, Center for Social Concern site.