Associate professor of public administration Thomas Sinclair's students get a first-hand look of how state government plans for and manages a construction project at the Prospect Mountain site in Binghamton
Meet our Faculty Engagement Associate:

Dr. Jessica Arends, Faculty Engagement AssociateDr. Jessica Arends is happy to meet with faculty members to discuss community engagement opportunities, facilitate the development of community-engaged course syllabi, and more.

Contact her at: 607-777-2875 or jarends@binghamton.edu

President Harvey Stenger honors faculty member Lisa Yun and students during the 2015 Institute on Community-Engaged Teaching, Research & Scholarship
Programs, Events & Resources
for Faculty

The Center for Civic Engagement offers programs, events and resources for Binghamton University faculty interested in Community Engagement. Our services and resources are designed to help instructors of all backgrounds and disciplines incorporate engaged learning into their teaching, research or scholarship.

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2015 Engaged Faculty Fellows for Teaching Excellence Program

Teaching Enrichment Grants

CCE Faculty Newsletter

Institute on Community-Engaged Teaching, Research & Scholarship

Binghamton University Resources

Terms & Definitions

Faculty FAQs

Jennifer Wegmann, 2014-15 Engaged Faculty Fellow, teaches a Health & Wellness class
Community-Engaged
Teaching

The American Association of Colleges & Universities has identified service-learning as a high impact educational practice. Learn more about the different types of engaged learning, how to get your community-engaged course designated, and more.

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Benefits of Engaged Learning

Developing a Community-Engaged Course

Community-Engaged Course Designation at Binghamton University

Current Community-Engaged Courses at Binghamton University

Binghamton University Watson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences computer science students and William L. Ziegler, Associate Professor, Faculty Master and Director-Scholars, examine a Gigapan robot that creates panorama images by stitching mulitple images together after shooting them in a row. The students are developing a system to help located debris that could damage airplanes on runways.
Community-Engaged
Research

Binghamton University faculty and students perform community-engaged research in various fields, leading to more efficient and better methods to administer programs, as well as the revitalization of the region. Learn about community-engaged research happening at Binghamton and around the country.

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Resources for Community-Based Research

Journals on Service-Learning and Public Scholarship

Binghamton University Engaged Research & Reports

As part of the Center for Civic Engagement's Institute on Community-Engaged Teaching, Research & Scholarship, the Engagement Expo on March 19, 2015, showcased meaningful engagement taking place between students, faculty, and staff and local, national, and/or global communities.
Community-Engaged
Scholarship

View examples of peer-reviewed scholarship by Binghamton University faculty members exploring community engagement, as well as a comprehensive list of journals that publish engaged scholarship in various fields.

» Learn about Community-Engaged Scholarship at Binghamton University


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Faculty Resources for Professional Evaluation

Resources for Community-Based Research

Journals on Service-Learning and Public Scholarship

Binghamton University Engaged Research & Reports

Last Updated: 7/30/15