This workshop, with participants from the Center for Social Concern, will give an overview of community-based learning, as well as guidance on implementing it.
Date and Time: Wednesday, April 19, noon to 1:30 p.m. LUNCH PROVIDED.
Location: MSE Library, Garrett Room (CTEI offices) and Zoom
Moderator: Luisa De Guzman, assistant director, Engaged Scholarship in the Center for Social Concern
- Jasmine Blanks Jones, executive director, Center for Social Concern, and lecturer, Program in Racism, Immigration, and Scholarship
- Alissa Burkholder Murphy, lecturer, Whiting School of Engineering
- Anne Elizabeth-Brodsky, associate teaching professor and assistant director, University Writing Program
- Victoria Harms, DAAD visiting assistant professor, History
Luisa De Guzman, of the Center for Social Concern, will moderate a panel discussion with faculty members who have implemented community-based learning in their courses. They will talk about how they got started and the best ways to partner with community members or organizations, and they will offer general advice for instructors interested in integrating community-based learning into their courses. The event is sponsored by the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation.
Register via Eventbrite.
(Note: Zoom attendees will be contacted with a Zoom link after registering.)