Join Dr. Timothy Stanton of Stanford University for a Seminar in International Service Learning from June 10 – June 17, 2017 in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Experiential Education in Practice
Join us and gain:
· A small, intimate network of like-minded colleagues committed to supporting each other
· Extensive training in service-learning pedagogy and curriculum development
· Best practices for logistics and risk management for international service-learning programs
· The opportunity to visit host communities and discuss these programs with local staff and community members.
Apply Today! – Early Bird Deadline is Monday, March 6, 2017
Dates: Saturday, June 10 – Saturday, June 17, 2017
Location: San Jose, Costa Rica
Dr. Tim Stanton is Director Emeritus of Stanford University’s Bing Overseas Studies Program in Cape Town, South Africa. The program blends coursework with service-learning and community-based partnership research in Western Cape townships and informal communities.
At Stanford, Tim helped found and direct the Scholarly Concentration in Community Health and Public Service at the School of Medicine. He helped found and acted as Associate Director and Director of the Haas Center for Public Service from 1985-1999. He has taught in African Studies, American Studies, Education, Medicine, Public Policy, and Urban Studies.
As Engaged Scholar for Campus Compact, Tim helped organize and coordinate a national US initiative on community engagement and research universities, The Research Universities Civic Engagement Network (TRUCEN). He has published numerous articles on service-learning and engaged scholarship, including a book, Service-Learning: A Movement’s Pioneers Reflect on its Origins, Practice, and Future.