December 2, 2022
Spring 2023 service-learning fellowships awarded for Purdue-community partnerships
Purdue’s Office of Engagement has selected nine Purdue instructors for its spring 2023 Service-Learning Fellows program. This program fosters the development and institutionalization of service-learning courses and curricula, projects and scholarly pursuits at Purdue, as well as strengthening collaborative efforts and outcomes in communities.
Throughout the spring semester, fellows will work with service-learning staff and community partners to explore the nature of service-learning courses and partnerships at Purdue amid the 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