Programs and Services for Faculty
Below you will find opportunities sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement for Faculty at Binghamton University. If you have any questions regarding an opportunity, or you would like more information, reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you.
Presentations & Meetings About ASL & CEL Course Designation
The University has recently begun the process of designating Academic Service-Learning and Community-Engaged Learning Courses in the BANNER system. However, in order for courses to be designated, faculty must fill out an application form. Information submitted through the application form will be reviewed by a committee of faculty members who will provide suggestions and recommendations (if necessary) on how to ensure the course passes the designation process. If departments and/or individual faculty members would like someone to walk them through the application process, please contact Dr. Jessica Arends to set up a time to meet.
One-on-one Assistance with Project and Course Development
Location: UU 137
Faculty are encouraged to come and speak with CCE Staff about their community engagement efforts.
Wondering how to incorporate a community component into your course? Not sure how to construct a syllabus for your Service-Learning class? Interested in engaging with the community is some way but not sure how to start? Need a sounding board to help you explore/develop a project in the community? The CCE's Faculty Engagement Associate, Dr. Jessica Arends is available to meet with you. Send her an email to set up a meeting time.
Contact: Dr. Jessica Arends
The Center for Civic Engagement is continuing to host informal luncheons to provide a venue for faculty to discuss their teaching and research with colleagues from across campus to identify potential common areas of interest or points of synergy. Upcoming Roundtable Luncheon topics include:
Previous Roundtable Discussions
Difficult Discussions - Completed
Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location: IASH Conference Room in the Library
This roundtable explored how we as instructors address difficult or controversial topics in the classroom. Possible topics include current events, race, class, poverty, privilege or any other potentially sensitive issue that could arise in the classroom, be it part of the planned curriculum or unplanned. Facilitated by Faculty Engagement Associate Jessica Arends, this roundtable was open to instructors from all disciplines and was especially relevant for those teaching or planning to teach discussion-based or community-engaged courses.