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Engages DePaul faculty and students in partnerships with schools,
community organizations, veteran’s organizations, violence prevention projects,
and parent activist organizations.
The ABCD Institute, housed at the Steans Center, builds on the
skills of local residents, the power of local associations, and the supportive
functions of local institutions, and draws upon existing community strengths to
build stronger, more sustainable communities for the future.
The Council shares community engagement information and practices
across departments and programs in order to coordinate, improve, and sustain
DePaul’s community engagement efforts and serves as a central repository for
community engagement data
Publications, publications www.compact.org
Concerned with community engagement in humanities, arts, and designwww.imaginingamerica.org
Comprehensive resources targeted for but not limited to health professions www.ccph.info
Any faculty member can
employ CbSL pedagogy in any DePaul course.
Doing so transforms the course into a dynamic space for teaching at the
intersections of experiential and other texts.
Service learning provides the opportunity for co-learning and
co-teaching with communities seeking social justice.
Perhaps the greatest
benefit was that issues we discussed in class weren’t abstract to the
students. They were experiencing them
-Dr. Miles Harvey,
CbSL courses are one option for fulfilling
DePaul's Experiential Learning (EL) requirement, featuring twenty five hours of
service in the community within a ten-week quarter. This form of experiential
learning deepens student learning and enhances their sense of social justice engagement
with and learning in communities.
Propose an Experiential Learning course at DePaul.
The Steans Center
offers regular Workshops, a Certificate Program, One-on-One Consultation, and a
Faculty Community Immersion Institute.
For more information, contact Helen Damon-Moore at email@example.com.
The Steans Center can assist you in identifying
community organizations that fit your pedagogical needs. We can help you increase your knowledge about
community assets and facilitate site visits.
Steans Center for Community-based Service Learning will award up to three
Community-based Research Faculty Fellowships for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Women and Gender
Research Initiative Faculty Fellowship
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.
Research Assistant Program
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.