Dr. Kenitra Hammac Named Scholarship of Engagement Fellow
June 9, 2017
Purdue University's Office of Engagement has announced that Dr. Kenitra Hammac, clinical assistant professor of veterinary diagnostic microbiology in the Department of Comparative Pathobiology and the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory, has been selected to participate in the 2017-2018 Scholarship of Engagement Fellows Program. As a fellow, Dr. Hammac will receive a stipend to be used for activities related to the scholarship of engagement. The purpose of the program is to foster the development of the scholarship of engagement for faculty throughout the Purdue system.
Fellows will be responsible to identify and complete a project with societal benefit and scholarly output; work with the Office of Engagement's team of mentors to develop short and long-term project goals; and demonstrate understanding of the scholarship of engagement through completion of a scholarly work. Fellows also will be expected to participate in Purdue's annual Scholarship of Engagement and Service-Learning Workshop held each spring. Congratulations, Dr. Hammac!
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