University of Vermont

Office of Community-University Partnerships & Service Learning

Faculty Development Opportunities

CUPS staff support faculty through individual consultation, short workshops, multi-day events and the Faculty Fellows for Service-Learning program. We will gladly work with small groups of faculty with similar interests, tailor a workshop for a department, or visit departments for a general introduction to community-engaged teaching.

Available Workshop Topics

  • Introduction to Service-Learning Pedagogy
     
  • Critical Reflection:
    Tools for supporting the "learning" in service-learning
     
  • Service-Learning in the Curriculum:
    Models & options
     
  • Service-Learning Plugged In:
    Effective use of technology for service-learning projects and reflection
     
  • Project Management Tools in Service-Learning
     
  • Service-Learning & Social Justice
     
  • Cultural Competency in Service-Learning Classes:
    Preparing students for community-based experiences
     
  • Advance Your Scholarship with Undergraduate Researchers:
    Strategies, considerations, and resources
    (in collaboration with the Office of Undergraduate Research)
     
  • The Engaged Department:
    Service-learning at all levels of the curriculum
     
  • Scholarship of Community-Engaged Teaching
     
  • Internships, Service-Learning & Employee Recruitment at UVM
    (for community partners)

Faculty Fellows for Service-Learning - RETURNING FOR SPRING 2015!

Since 1999, UVM has supported faculty to develop community-engaged courses through the Faculty Fellows program. In the past few years, this has involved a training with Vermont Campus Compact. This winter & spring, the semester-long, cohort-based Faculty Fellows for Service-Learning program returns to UVM hosted by CUPS with support from the Provost's Office. Faculty apply by November 21, 2014 and are notified in early December.

A one-day workshop in January, luncheons in February-April and a final one-day workshop in May comprise the fellows training. A follow-up meeting will be held the following fall, as faculty implement courses. Faculty completing the full training will receive funding towards their service-learning activities.

Click here for a list of all our Faculty Fellows for Service-Learning, 2000-2013.

 

Active SL Faculty at UVM

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Community Development and Applied Economics

Dan Baker (FFSL 2009)
David Conner (FFSL 2011)
Josh Farley (FFSL 2007)
Kate Finley-Woodruff
Kelly Hamshaw
Sarah Heiss (FFSL 2012)
Kathleen Liang (FFSL 2000)
Shoshanah Inwood (FFSL 2013)
Richard Watts
Asim Zia (FFSL 2009)

Plant and Soil Science

Ernesto Mendez
Don Ross (FFSL 2008)
 

College of Arts & Sciences

Erica Andrus
Eileen Burgin (FFSL 2003)
Kazuko Suzuki Carlson (FFSL 2006)
Meghan Cope
Lourdes de Dios (FFSL 2014)
Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux (FFSL 2004)
Alice Fothergill (FFSL 2012)
Kathy Fox (FFSL 2005)
Teresa Mares (FFSL 2014)
Rachael Montesano (FFSL 2014)
Cheryl Morse
Shelly Rayback (FFSL 2010)

Amy Seidl (FFSL 2002)
Luis Vivanco (FFSL 2001)
Beverley Wemple
 

College of Education and Social Services

Lia Cravedi
Cynthia Gerstl-Pepin
Jennifer Prue
Cynthia Reyes (FFSL 2012)
Julie Richards (FFSL 2006)
Alan Tinkler
Barri Tinkler (FFSL 2010)
Jackie Weinstock (FFSL 2000)
 

College of Nursing & Health Sciences

Carol Buck-Rolland (FFSL 2011)
Hendrika Maltby (FFSL 2004)
Mary Val Palumbo
 

Rubenstein School of the Environment & Natural Resources


Emily Brodsky
Cecilia Danks
Tom Hudspeth (FFSL 2003)
Zac Ispa-Landa
Bill Keeton
Matt Kolan (FFSL 2006)
Jed Murdoch (FFSL 2011)
Teage O'Connor
Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne
Walt Poleman (FFSL 2005)
Jen Pontius
David Raphael (FFSL 2011)

Kimberly Wallin (FFSL 2008)
Deane Wang (FFSL 2009)
 

School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

Mandar Dewoolkar (FFSL 2007)
Jeff Frolik (FFSL 2006)
Brian Lee (FFSL 2012)
Alison Pechenik (FFL 2003)
Donna Rizzo (FFSL 2006)
Sheila Weaver (FFSL 2001)

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