Center for Civic Engagement, Summer 2019

​Community engaged teaching fellows

The Center for Civic Engagement has announced its 2019-20 Community Engaged Teaching Fellows. This year’s cohort of six faculty members will be guided in the design and implementation of effective community-engaged teaching and learning. The group will meet monthly to discern how academic service-learning courses and community-based scholarship can support their professional teaching and research goals. Interactive sessions assist in fine-tuning theoretical frameworks, networking with like-minded faculty and community partners, and exploring best practices for community engagement. The 2019-20 cohort includes:

  • Candace Mulcahy, associate professor and chair; Teaching, Learning and Educational Leadership, College of Community and Public Affairs
  • Lauren Dula, assistant professor of public administration, College of Community and Public Affairs
  • Deborah Schechter, visiting assistant professor of anthropology, Harpur College of Arts and Sciences
  • Wendy Wall, associate professor of history, Harpur College of Arts and Sciences
  • Christine Podolak, instructor/field placement coordinator, Master of Public Health Program, Decker School of Nursing
  • Monica Majors, director of diversity programs and initiatives, Office of the Dean, Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science

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