2013 Academy for CBL

Wednesday, December 5, 2012 (Last Year)

2013 Academy for CBL: Preparing for the Scholarship of Engagement - Submission Deadline - Monday, Dec. 17.

Are you interested in connecting with campus and regional colleagues to learn how their community-engaged scholarship is enhancing their academic vitality and contributing to the public good? Want to learn how your own engagement and scholarship interests can do the same? If so, the Center for Servant Leadership is currently accepting applications for the February 6-8, 2013 Academy for Community-Based Learning entitled “Service-Learning and Beyond: Preparing for the Scholarship of Engagement.” Full description and application instructions are attached. Deadline for submissions is Monday, December 17, with award notifications on Friday, December 21, 2012. Continuing faculty from all academic departments and interdisciplinary programs are eligible and welcomed to apply. Inquiries may be directed to Jeffrey Rathlef, Director for Community-Based Service and Learning at jrathlef@gustavus.edu, X6011.

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