Please join Campus Compact for a luncheon and symposium to honor the 2013 Campus Compact Ehrlich Award Winner: Dr. Richard Battistoni, Professor of Political Science at Providence College. The Ehrlich Award is given annually to recognize one senior, tenured faculty member for exemplary leadership in advancing students’ civic learning, supporting community engagement, and contributing to […]
Archives for April 2014
Majay Charley is currently serving at the Center for Career and Experiential Learning at the University of Rhode Island. The scope of her VISTA project is to focus on the relationships between our community partnerships and our faculty and staff members. She works closely with faculty and staff members in order gain knowledge about the work that they do with their community partners. More importantly, Majay tries to see how our faculty incorporate experiential learning (service learning, internships, etc.) into their coursework.
Heather Grim works as an Online Systems Coordinator and Academic Adviser, and she has supported College Unboundâ€™s mission of increasing college access and completion. As someone who strongly believes that anyone who wishes to pursue higher education should be able to do so, Heather feels very empowered by her work.
Rhode Island Campus Compact is now accepting applications for the Engaged Scholars Statewide Presidential Faculty Fellowship Program! The Faculty Fellows program serves as an opportunity for faculty from across the state to participate in a learning cohort of scholars and receive a grant to support the development of a community partnership, service-learning course, or community-based research project.
The program accepts applications from faculty in all disciplines at Rhode Island Campus Compact member institutions. For further details, access the application here!