Graduate Scholarship for Community Engaged Work

Hubert H. Harshman Graduate Scholarship

Funding provided by: Harshman Fellowships Society, with the aid of the Ontario government's OTSS program

The Hubert H. Harshman scholarship is a $5000 award available to students registered in the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences who:

Call for Abstracts: Community Engaged and Collaborative Research

Funding Opportunities

There are a number of funding opportunities available to support faculty, course instructors, and/or staff conducting community-engaged teaching and learning. They include:

What is CETL?

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.