Spring 2023 Service-Learning Fellows selected
The Office of Engagement at Purdue University has selected 9 Purdue instructors for the spring 2023 Service-Learning fellows cohort.
The Office of Engagement has selected 9 Purdue instructors for the spring 2023 Service-Learning Fellows cohort. This program fosters the development and institutionalization of service-learning courses and curricula, projects, and scholarly pursuits at Purdue, as well as strengthens collaborative efforts and outcomes in communities.
Throughout the spring semester, the Fellows will work with service-learning staff and community partners to explore the nature of service-learning courses and partnerships at Purdue amidst our ever-changing reality of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and systemic injustice. Together, participants will collaboratively develop the skills and tools needed to deliver effective, mutually beneficial service-learning courses. Each fellow receives up to $2,000 to fund their project.
The Spring 2023 Service-Learning Fellows are:
Erin Hoying, Clinical Assistant Professor, Nursing, Purdue West Lafayette
Angie Holtsclaw, Clinical Instructor, Educational Studies, Purdue West Lafayette
Cara Putman, Clinical Assistant Professor, Management, Purdue West Lafayette
Sarah Renkert, Assistant Professor of Practice, Anthropology, Purdue West Lafayette
Stephanie Oudghiri, Clinical Assistant Professor and Abby Laufman, Community and Mentoring Engagement Coordinator, Curriculum and Instruction, Purdue West Lafayette
Laura Bittner, Clinical Assistant Professor and Barb Young, Assistant Professor, Patti and Rusty Rueff Department of Visual and Performing Arts, Purdue West Lafayette
Catherine Flynn, Professor, Business and Information Technology, Purdue Global
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