Fall 2021 Service-Learning Fellowships Awarded for Purdue-Community Partnerships

June 7, 2021

A lion statue on campus

Purdue’s Office of Engagement has selected seven Purdue instructors for its fall 2021 Service-Learning Fellows Program, including two from Purdue University Northwest. This program fosters the development and institutionalization of service-learning courses and curricula, projects and scholarly pursuits at Purdue as well as strengthens collaborative efforts and outcomes in communities.

Throughout the fall semester, the fellows, in partnership with service-learning staff and community partners, will explore where service-learning fits into the ever-changing reality of the COVID-19 pandemic and systemic racial injustice.

Together, participants will collaboratively develop the skills and tools needed to deliver effective, mutually beneficial service-learning courses. Each partnership receives up to $3,000 to fund its project.

 

PNW Fall 2021 Service-Learning Fellows

Pamela Saylor

Pamela Saylor

Clinical Assistant Professor and Social Work Program Director
Department of Behavioral Sciences