Community-based Learning Programming
Learn more about community-based learning and share your own experiences with fellow faculty and instructional staff. The Morgridge Center for Public Services offers a number of opportunities for those participating in or interested in CBL to come together.
Held the first Friday of each month, Bagels and Research presentations highlight community-based research on the UW campus. Presenters included graduate students, faculty/staff and community partners.
The Engaged Scholarship Roundtable series features national speakers addressing community-based learning initiatives and best practices. Past discussions have featured topics including how to obtain tenure through community-based research and how to build community relationships.
Every year, the Morgridge Center for Public Service hosts a Service Learning Breakfast to bring together campus faculty with community non-profit agencies and partners.
Counseling Psychology 620 (section 006): "Best practices in community-engaged scholarship" is being taught by three Morgridge Center staff and students fall 2016. The course is open to students and auditors are welcome!