Applications for Mississippi State's 2021-2022 Community-Engaged Learning Fellows program are due by Feb. 26.
Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President and the Center for Community-Engaged Learning, this three-week program supports instructional faculty and staff in integrating community-engaged learning into their formal or non-formal teaching. Community-engaged learning is a high impact educational practice that improves student engagement, learning and development, social responsibility, and active citizenship.
The CEL Fellows program will meet in May 2021, and CEL Fellows will learn community-engaged learning theory, course design, and pedagogy. Participants will receive a $1,000 course or research development award, peer support and one-on-one assistance to design a new community-engaged learning course or modify an existing course.
For more information or with questions, contact Michelle Garraway, MSU student leadership and community engagement program coordinator, at (662) 325-2370 or email@example.com.