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Faculty Support for Academic Community-Engaged Learning

The MSU Center for Community Engaged Learning supports university faculty from across all colleges and majors in creating meaningful academic community-engaged learning opportunities. Resources are available for faculty seeking to develop or enhance courses.

Resources offered to faculty include:

  • Individual and small group consultation
  • Special Topics Series for Faculty Practitioners
  • Practitioner Networking
  • Organizing "meet and greets" with community partner representatives
  • Convening around community needs
  • Providing and developing planning tools to assist with partnership development
  • Syllabus Collection
  • Global Community-Engaged Learning Rubric
  • Service-Learning Toolkit
  • Rubric Examples
  • Reflection Activity Examples and Development Support
  • Student orientation/preparation
  • Transportation (i.e. free CATA tokens and shuttle vans courtesy of MSUFCU)

 


PARTNERS

  • Capital Area Transportation Authority
  • MSUFCU
  • MSU Colleges

People:

Michelle Snitgen

Assistant Director, Academic Programs, Center for Community Engaged Learning

Center for Community Engaged Learning


Brewer, Stephanie

Academic Specialist, Academic Programs, Center for Community Engaged Learning