In collaboration with the Academic Dean’s office, the Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning invites faculty to apply for the 2014-15 Faculty Fellows for Community Engagement.
The Faculty Fellows offers faculty the opportunity to:
- Improve student learning and reinvigorate teaching through innovative pedagogies
- Enhance a supportive teaching community through shared faculty discussion and learning
- Encourage deep thinking on the scholarship of teaching and learning
To apply download the Faculty Fellows Guidelines and Application. Applications are due by April 1.
ASL Visiting Scholar: Dr. Beth Tarasawa
Wednesday, April 30
Brown Bag Lunch
Connecting the Classroom with Communities: Promoting Civic Engagement Through Learning and Service
Social Sciences Research Forum
Engaging Scholarship: Integrating Service,Teaching, and Research
Community Engagement Course Designation
Faculty who teach a course with a Community Engagement component are encouraged to apply for a CENG course designation. The Community Engagement (CENG) Course Designation will assist students in identifying these courses and provide you with resources and support for preparation and reflection from the Sturzl Center.
Academic Service-Learning Development
Faculty interested in:
- Developing a service-learning component to a course
- developing a new course that utilizes service-learning
Contact the Interim Director of Academic Service-Learning, Ty Meidl
Academic Service-Learning Resources
Risk Management Waivers:
- Contact the Sturzl Center two weeks in advance of the start of your service-learning experience to have a waiver form written for your specific event.
Community Partner Information:
- Learn more about the community organizations who are partners with St. Norbert College and the Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning.
Sturzl Center Service-Learning Resource Library:
The Service-Learning resource library is located in the Sturzl Center in TWH M36. Stop by the Sturzl Center on weekdays between 8:00 am-4:30 pm to check out service-learning resources.
Academic Service-Learning Handbook
Faculty members seeking to integrate service-learning into their curriculum or learn more about Academic Service-Learning (ASL) will find helpful information in the ASL handbook information below:
Academic Service-Learning Faculty Handbook
Academic Service-Learning Advisory Committee
The Academic Service-Learning Advisory Committee supports faculty in academic service-learning and community engagement efforts.
- Dr. Ravi Agarwal
- Dr. Deborah Anderson
- Dr. Bola Delano-Oriaran
- Dr. Deirdre Egan-Ryan - Chairperson
- Dr. Laurie MacDiarmid
- Dr. Ty Meidl
- Dr. Sarah Parks
2012-13 Sturzl Center Service Report