Faculty

Teaching a service-learning course can be an incredibly rewarding experience. Service-learning gives faculty members an opportunity to teach students the real-world applications of academic concepts, instill civic responsibility, challenge preconceived notions, and engage students in experiential learning.

Community-engaged teaching and learning also provide faculty with exciting opportunities to conduct community-engaged research projects in and outside of the classroom.

Are you interested in getting involved in the Service-Learning Program?

  • Explore the Faculty Resources on the UCA Service-Learning website
  • Meet with the Faculty Liaison or Service-Learning Program Coordinator to brainstorm service-learning projects and partners
  • Attend a Lunch & Learn workshop on service-learning
  • Apply to be a Service-Learning Faculty Fellow
  • Serve on the Service-Learning Advisory Committee
  • Encourage other faculty in or outside of your department to do service-learning, and consider opportunities for interdisciplinary or multi-semester projects
Left to Right: Riva Brown (Communications), Tanya Jeffcoat (Philosophy and Religion), Michael Rosenow (History), Peter Mehl (Service-Learning Faculty Liaison), Li Zeng (Art), Sally Entrekin (Biology), Jia Zhu (World Languages)

Service-Learning Faculty Fellows 2014-2015 Left to Right: Riva Brown (Communications), Tanya Jeffcoat (Philosophy and Religion), Michael Rosenow (History), Peter Mehl (Service-Learning Faculty Liaison), Li Zeng (Art), Sally Entrekin (Biology), Jia Zhu (World Languages)