Submitted by CESI student on July 5th, 2020 7:05 PM
Submitted by caroline on March 30th, 2020 4:39 PM
We work with community partners through all of our programs and special projects. Our work is rooted in community-engaged scholarship, and as such, our community partners identify projects and bring them to CESI. We then identify the right program within CESI to meet the needs of the community partner. Below is a brief description of each of the programs and how they work:
The CETL program provides a range of support services and materials related to capacity-building, knowledge mobilization, grant applications, scholarly research, and evaluation. Resources are available by attending workshops, events, and information sessions, or in consultation with CESI staff. Resources include:
There are a number of funding opportunities available to support faculty, course instructors, and/or staff conducting community-engaged teaching and learning. They include:
CESI's CETL Program offers a range of expertise and support from planning to implementing to evaluating CEL courses. Program staff support CETL in the following ways (and more!):
Community Engaged Teaching and Learning (CETL) is an active and critically reflective form of experiential learning which is regarded as a high impact educational practice.
CESI works with university faculty and staff through many of our programs and special projects. We work in a variety of ways, providing mentorship, grant support, guest lectures, resources, and more. Below is a brief description of each CESI program and how they work:
Community Engaged Teaching and Learning
The Community Engaged Teaching and Learning (CETL) program offers a range of expertise and support from planning to implementing to evaluating CEL courses. Program staff support faculty and staff in connecting, learning, and collaborating.