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Community Engaged Teaching Fellows Program

The Bennion Center is seeking a faculty member to serve a two-year term
as a Community Engaged Teaching Fellow.

The Community Engaged Teaching Fellows Program
has three key goals:

  • To support Fellows in their own professional growth, especially those faculty
    who are interested in university level leadership;
  • To make the community engaged learning knowledge and expertise that Fellows
    possess available to all U faculty members and teaching staff;
  • To broaden the understanding of community engaged pedagogy within the
    U teaching and learning community.

Community Engaged Teaching Fellows will receive a $5,000 stipend paid in the summer.
In addition to the stipend there is also a $1,000 yearly travel budget for attendance at a
community engaged learning conference. A regional or national conference presentation
is expected during the Fellow’s second year. All teaching faculty (career-line or tenure-line)
are eligible to apply.

Contact Andi Witczak, Associate Director, Community Engaged Learning + Scholarship (


Last Updated: 7/6/18