Faculty Programs and Resources
Whether you are interested in community-engaged scholarship through your teaching, research, creative work, or professional practice, the Nashman Center is here to support you. Contact Wendy Wagner, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Conversations on Community-Engaged Scholarship
Join GW’s community-engaged faculty for a light breakfast and stimulating discussions. Held monthly in the National Churchill Library and Center, Gelman Library first floor.
Faculty Learning Communities (FLC)
Explore an issue of interest with a small interdisciplinary group of faculty. Nashman FLC's meet monthly for one year.
The research on student learning and community impact is rich and provides actionable information to improve your engaged teaching, research, and other scholarly practice. Our top picks here include course-design toolkits, student reflection activities, and recommendations for presenting your scholarly work for tenure and promotion.