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Tag: Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Program
The annual Northern Illinois University’s Service-Learning Institute is a time for NIU’s faculty and staff interested in civic engagement and service-learning to get together, reflect on their work, learn about innovative service-learning practices and new ways to conduct their work and to discuss important topics related to strengthening the civic participation on our campus. This...
The Office of the Provost and the Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning are pleased to announce their first cohort of Service-learning Faculty Fellows for the 2016-18 academic years. The aim of the program is to accelerate the work of faculty members eager to learn how to successfully integrate academic service-learning into their curricula...
NIU is launching it first Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Program. The program aims to promote the interrelationship of teaching, research and service through theory, action and reflection in response to community needs and to develop and translate academic knowledge, critical thinking and community engagement into civic responsibility. The Faculty Fellows program provides an opportunity for one...
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NIU’s upcoming Service-Learning Institute will examine academic service-learning, community partner expectations and the use of critical reflection and considerations for tenure and promotion Hosted by the NIU Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning, in partnership with the Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center, “When the Classroom and Community Collide” is scheduled from 9 to...