Faculty Fellows

Western's Center for Service-Learning (CSL) provides professional development opportunities for faculty interested in integrating service-learning into a course, or to re-design an existing service-learning course. Selected faculty work with CSL staff to learn how to design community-based projects that meet both course learning objectives and community needs.

Program Outcomes:

  • Create or transform a course through the integration of a service-learning component;
  • Gain best practices for teaching and learning;
  • Form partnerships and supportive teaching and learning networks;
  • Reflect, relax, and recharge! through this interactive workshop, which will include dialogue, presentations, demonstrations, reflection, and time to work on your own course materials.







Program Commitments:

  • Attend a 3-part workshop in the fall (dates TBD)
  • For additional $500 stipend: submit a brief survey within one week of the retreat and a two-page write-up tracking results of the retreat on student learning within the 2013-2014 academic year.

“A program like this is extremely valuable to becoming a better teacher at WWU. This three day workshop has taught me information that I had not thought of previously. I take with me the importance of assessing, reflecting, bonding and connecting with professors across disciplines, and to continue to believe in keeping the student voice at the center of teaching.” -Faculty Fellows Participant



Want to learn more?

If you would like to learn more about the CSL Faculty Fellows Program, please contact Alex Allyne (360.650.7518) or April McMurry (360.650.7520).

Page Updated 05.05.2014