Engaged Faculty Workshops offer highly interactive opportunities for faculty and staff to explore the practical application of community-engaged learning (CEL) principles and criteria. Led by Einhorn Center staff, these workshops introduce participants to CEL criteria, toolkits and strategies, so they can develop the necessary skills to integrate CEL into their curricula, research and programming.
Engaged Faculty Workshops are part of the Einhorn Center’s Engaged Conversations Series. The series is co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching Innovation.
Partnership, Assessment and Impact
Register and join us for this interactive workshop to learn more about developing and assessing high-quality community partnerships in community-engaged learning (CEL) courses and programs. We will discuss how to establish and maintain meaningful relationships with community partners, as well as processes and tools to assess the impact of those relationships. Additional resources and key practices will be shared throughout the workshop.
This workshop will be of interest to faculty, community partners, students, as well as staff who facilitate community-engaged learning experiences and who are interested in connecting with a larger community of practice.
Friday, March 22 | noon-1:30 p.m.
209 Kennedy Hall
RSVP to attend the workshop. Lunch is provided.