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Changemaker Faculty Fellows 

 

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The Changemaker Faculty Fellows Program is a year-long faculty development program that provides an opportunity for selected faculty members to integrate community engaged service-learning (CESL) into their teaching, research, and public service while becoming recognized campus leaders in CESL pedagogy and community engagement (University of Georgia: The Office of Service-Learning, 2012). The program is a partnership between the Teaching + Learning Commons' Engaged Teaching and Experiential Learning Hubs and the Center for Student Involvement, with the support of the Changemaker Steering Committee. Changemaker Faculty Fellows will be selected each year in a competitive review process and will be awarded a $10,000 faculty development award.

UC SAN DIEGO CHANGEMAKER FACULTY FELLOWS: CALL FOR PROPOSALS

The Changemaker Faculty Fellows Program is a faculty development program that provides an opportunity for selected faculty members to integrate community engaged learning (CEL) into their teaching, research, and public service while becoming recognized campus leaders in CEL pedagogy and community engagement. Find out more about the program and the 2020-2022 application by clicking below.

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Primary Points of Contact

Sheena Ghanbari, Ed.D.
Associate Director of Engaged Teaching
Teaching + Learning Commons
sghanbari@ucsd.edu 
(858) 246-2624


Catherine Lettieri, M.A.
Community Service Program Coordinator
Center for Student Involvement
clettieri@ucsd.edu 
(858) 822-4972