Service-learning is a teaching pedagogy that brings NC State’s mission to the classroom. As a form of ‘Engaged Learning’, service-learning is shown to strengthen student academic learning, increase multiple dimensions of personal development, strengthen career preparation, and deepen civic engagement.
Faculty at NC State who use service-learning report great satisfaction in the energy and enlightenment that comes to the teaching-learning experience of their classes.
The Office of Outreach & Engagement is investing in expanding the number of service-learning faculty and courses at NC State and invite applications for the new Community Engaged Learning Institute.
The Community Engaged Learning Institute will:
- Share a day of training during a community engaged learning institute on August 13, 2019;
- Be part of a faculty cohort with an experienced faculty mentor throughout 2019-20 as they work on plans for a course (existing or new) designed to implement service-learning;
- Be matched with a trained service-learning student teaching assistant; and
- Implement a course incorporating service-learning between January and December 2020.
- Megan Lupek
- John Begeny
- Fredessa Hamilton
- K.C. Busch
- Stacy Bluth
- Maru Gonzalez
- Natalie Cooke
- Chandler Marr
- Crystal Chen Lee
- Stephanie Jeffries
- Nina Schoonover
- Angela Wiseman
- Qiana Cryer-Coupet
- Lori Snyder
- Marc Grimmett
- Tianna Harrison
Please contact Janice Odom, O&E Faculty Fellow, with any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org