Service Community Engagement for Faculty and Staff
There are a variety of ways that faculty and staff can support student learning through service and civic engagement, as well as participate alongside them.
The Office of Service Learning supports faculty in developing service-learning courses. Campus Ministry is always seeking faculty and staff interested in serving as mentors and leaders for their many domestic and international service trips. Faculty can also serve as service club advisors through student clubs and organizations. Discover what works for you by following the links below.
Ways you can participate
|I am interested in learning more about service learning and developing a SerL course||I am a member of the University community who volunteers at a community organization||I want to get involved with an international or domestic service trip and/or Community Service|
In the Spotlight
Winston Tellis, Ph.D.
Stephen & Camille Schramm Professor
Charles F. Dolan School of Business
Information Systems & Operations Management
|"Service learning encompasses the tenets of Ignatian Pedagogy, which is a signature methodology at Jesuit institutions. Through Service Learning, students not only practice what they learn in the classroom, but they also face a disadvantaged population, and learn about injustice and develop a response to it."|