The ACE Fellows Program, in partnership with the Institute for Public Engagement, the Teaching and Learning Center, and the Dean of the College, provides support for selected faculty fellows interested in incorporating service-learning into their courses.
The program provides stipends of $1,250 as well as services designed to enhance teaching and enrich learning. ACE Fellows have the opportunity to work with new and veteran ACE Fellows as they establish relationships with community partners, develop syllabi, and assess pedagogical strategies and outcomes.
Here’s a list of the ACE Fellows and the courses in which they plan to integrate service-learning classes:
R. Jarrod Atchison, Director of Debate, Assistant Professor, Communication
Argumentation Theory COM, 302 which focuses on civic development, leadership, critical thinking, and ethical decision-making.
Margaret Bender, Associate Professor, Anthropology
Linguistic anthropology courses including Language in Education and Fields Methods.
Carole Browne, Professor, Biology
BIO 214. Cell Biology
Philip Clarke, Assistant Professor, Counseling
CNS 337. Skills in Human Services Course
CNS 335. Health and Human Services in a Diverse Society
Patricia Dixon, Senior Lecturer, Music
Music and Political Power: Masters of Liberal Studies Program
Music of Protest and Music and the American Dream: First Year Seminars
MUS 120. Performance Chamber Music
Barbara Lentz, Associate Professor, Legal Analysis, Writing and Research, Law
Art and Cultural Property law course, Business Drafting, proposed Interdisciplinary Program in Nonprofit Leadership
Dee Oseroff-Varnell, Lecturer, Communication
COM 370. Communication and Identity and public speaking courses
Christina Toules Soriano, Associate Professor, Theatre
DCE 122B. Movement and the Molecular
Neal Walls, Associate Professor, Divinity
Service-learning in short-term international travel courses
Ron Von Burg, Assistant Professor Communication and Interdisciplinary Humanities
HMN 282. Public Life and the Liberal Arts
HMN 365. Humanity and Nature
Elisabeth Whitehead, Instructor, English
ENG 111. Writing Seminar for first-year students possibly focusing on bully prevention, mentoring high school students in creative writing, personal narrative, aging, politics and rhetoric of food.
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