Unpacking Community Engaged Learning: Shared Experiences - Peer2Peer Workshops

Thursday, March 7 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Online — Zoom

Peer2Peer teaching and learning

Community Engaged Learning, or CEL, is a pedagogical framework that guides students to develop academic skills, civic competencies, and ethical commitments while also supporting community-rooted efforts to address justice issues. In this session, faculty from the College of Arts & Sciences and the School of Management will share their experience of designing and implementing effective CEL-designated courses, including examples from their curriculum and how they build and sustain community partnerships within these courses. Faculty who are interested in learning more about CEL-designated courses and how the McCarthy Center, CTE, and ETS can support their development are invited to attend.

Presenters: Camille Angel (Swig Program for Jewish Studies & Social Justice and Rabbi-in-Residence), David Holler (Rhetoric & Language), Keith Hunter (School of Management), and Star Plaxton-Moore (Leo T. McCarthy Center)