LAS Community- and Project-Based Learning (CPBL) Co-Teaching Fellowships
Full-time faculty in The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences are invited to apply for the Team Teaching CPBL Fellowship and the Lead Faculty CPBL Fellowship, both of which are designed to support the development and delivery of co-taught multi-disciplinary courses in which students work collaboratively with a community partner on a project of mutual interest and benefit. For application details and deadlines, visit the CPBL Fellowship website.
Steans Center for Community-based Service Learning will award up to three
Community-based Research Faculty Fellowships for the 2018-2019 academic year.
The Beck Women and
Gender Initiative advances collaborative work between DePaul faculty, students,
and community members to effect social change through a focus on social policy,
advocacy, and community development.
The Community-based Research
Assistant Program provides faculty with the support of a student assistant in
order to support service learning research activity.
more information on developing a course with CbR, contact Howard Rosing at email@example.com
DePaul Public Service Council Grants
Center has support for faculty to attend national, regional, and state-wide
conferences devoted to service-learning and community engagement. To see a
comprehensive list, visit Campus Compact. Examples include:
– International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community
America – concerned with community engagement in the
humanities, arts, and design fields
Through the Community Immersion Faculty Institute participants will
- Deepen their understanding of cultivating and sustaining community partnerships
- Deepen their understanding of Community-based Service Learning and Asset-Based Community Development
- Deepen their understanding of community history, current social justice issues, and assets
- Draft, revise, or improve a CbSL course, internship, or project
Breakfast with Steans
The Steans Center facilitates periodic informal
conversations at the Center (2233 North Kenmore Avenue) on contemporary issues
of interest in community-engaged work and service learning to faculty, staff
and community members. Non-violence, social entrepreneurship, communications,
gender, sustainability, your idea here?
Ideas welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Service Speaks highlights the
work of students, community partners, and faculty in their efforts to advance
social justice in the community. The Steans Center invites you to participate
in and learn from presentations and performances related to critical social issues
such as racism, homelessness, gender, and many more.
Save the Date for Service Speaks: Friday, May 3, 2019
9:00 am - 2:30 pm