The innovation cohort — organized by the Marchman Program with funding from the Brown Center — will meet in person 4 times during the spring semester, with a meal provided for each session. It is open to all teaching faculty members on the DeLand campus, regardless of previous experience with community-engaged learning (CEL, which includes service learning).
- There are 8 spots available for this spring. (Our intent is to offer this again in 2023-24, pending funding availability.)
- Each participant will be provided a copy of The Craft of Community-Engaged Teaching and Learning, published by Campus Compact, the leading national organization for civic and community engagement in higher ed.
- Participants qualify for a $500 stipend by participating in all 4 sessions and then submitting a CEL component that can be incorporated into an existing or new course or a revision of an existing CEL component. (While participants will be encouraged to implement the CEL component in an upcoming year, they are not required to do so for the stipend.) Participants will workshop their CEL component as part of the process.
Spaces are limited, please apply by Thursday, Feb. 2.
For any questions, contact Stetson’s new holder of the Marchman Chair, Jeremy Posadas [email protected].