Strategy 3.1: Experiential Learning

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Champion high-impact experiential and community-engaged learning as a signature and distinct element of the College’s transformative educational experience.


Key Initiative 1

Promote experiential and community-engaged learning as prominent components of student learning in the College and articulate the distinctive elements of that learning — namely, its emphasis on active participation, reflection, mutuality and reciprocity integration of knowledge and experience, and engagement of the whole person.



Expand Dean’s Summer Fellowship program to support 50 students. 

Point Person: Don Pair
Status: Completed
Completion Date: February 15, 2017


Key Initiative 2

Support faculty and staff to develop, design, implement and evaluate high-impact experiential and community-engaged learning and research across the College’s four academic divisions, while promoting its integration into pedagogy and scholarship.

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Issue RFP for new pilot programs advancing experiential- and community-engaged learning.

Point Person: Don Pair
Status: In Progress
Completion Date: March 17, 2017

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