The Nashman Center’s Faculty Learning Communities offer the opportunity to explore a topic of interest with an interdisciplinary group of GW faculty. FLC’s meet monthly for one calendar year, beginning in January.
Community Engagement and the Arts. Chair: Leslie Jacobson, Theatre
Community-Engaged Scholarship in Online Courses. Chair: Maranda Ward, Clinical Research and Leadership
Storytelling as Scholarship: Exploring Digital Stories, PhotoVoice and other Methods. Chair: Imani M. Cheers, School of Media and Public Affairs
Recognizing and Rewarding Community-Engaged Scholarship in the Promotion and Tenure Process. Chair: Greg Squires, Sociology
Bringing Black Lives Matter into the Community-Engaged Classroom (Link for more information), Chair: Phyllis Ryder, University Writing Program
Community-Based Participatory Research (Link for more information), Co-chairs: Wendy Wagner, Nashman Center, and Emily Morrison, Human Services and Social Justice
For more information about any of the FLC’s or to suggest a future FLC topic, email Wendy Wagner, email@example.com.
The FLC initiative is co-sponsored by the Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service and Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic