Service Learning Faculty Scholars Program

Six (6) faculty members are selected for the Service-Learning Faculty Scholars Program each year. These faculty attend a series of seminars during fall semester in which they learn about and discuss issues related to service-learning pedagogy. By the end of the fall semester, each faculty member has constructed a course syllabus that includes the integration of a service-learning project. The course will have a cap of 25 students. The faculty member makes a commitment to teach the newly designed course during the spring semester. Faculty who complete the program will be asked to serve as mentors for the next year’s incoming Service-Learning Faculty Scholars.

Faculty selected for the program receive a $1,000 stipend. Although the program seeks proposals for courses and faculty that have not previously incorporated service-learning, limited slots are available for more experienced service-learning faculty and the enhancement of courses that previously have included service- learning. Applications are due during spring semester. Visit the ASL for faculty page to download an application.

For more information about the benefits of teaching an ASL course, please visit our faculty benefits page.

Service Learning Faculty Scholars 2016-2017

  • Heather Lindenman
  • Hal Vincent
  • Jennifer Zinchuk
  • Jooyun Hwang
  • Byun Lee
  • Brian Lyons
  • Julie Justice

Former Scholars

  • Sophie Adamson, French
  • Maureen Allen, Computer Sciences
  • Susan Anderson, Accounting
  • Bill Andrews, Physical Therapy Ed
  • Crista Arangala, Mathematics
  • Brooke Barnett, Communications
  • Vanessa Bravo, Communications
  • Cindy Conn, Business
  • Vic Costello, Communications
  • Glenda Crawford, Education
  • Mark Cryan, Sport and Event Management
  • Richard D’Amato, Engineering
  • Alexa Darby, Education
  • Ayesha Delpish, Mathematics
  • Kirstie Doehler, Mathematics
  • Judy Esposito, Human Service Studies
  • Peter Felton, History
  • Martin Fowler, Philosophy
  • Amanda Gallagher, Communications
  • Lee Hall-Worthington, Human Service Studies
  • Sirena Hargrove-Leak, Engineering
  • Sharon Hodge, Business
  • Hallie Hogan, Music
  • Ashley Holmes, English
  • Marianne Janssen, Physical Therapy
  • Angela Jones, Sociology
  • Kim Jones, Anthropology
  • Martin Kamela, Physics
  • Cassie Kircher, English
  • Ryan Kirk, Geography and Environmental Studies
  • Michele Kleckner, Computing Sciences
  • Prudence Layne, English
  • Byung Lee, Communications
  • Julie Lellis, Communications
  • Chris Leupold, Psychology
  • Buffie Longmire-Avital, Psychology
  • Margaret Kantlehner, Law
  • Mary Knight-McKenna, Education
  • Anne Marx, Leisure and Sport Management
  • Janet Mays, Mathematics
  • Margaret Miller, Marketing
  • Phillip Miller, Human Services Studies
  • Jessie Moore, English
  • Scott Morrison, Education
  • Phillip Motley, Communications
  • Janet Myers, English
  • Sang Nam, Communications
  • Max Negin, Communications
  • Svetlana Nepocatych, Exercise Science
  • Tim Norvell, Marketing
  • Toddie Peters, Religious Studies
  • April Post, Foreign Languages
  • Jean Rattigan-Rohr, Education
  • Sandra Reid, Human Service Studies
  • Janice Richardson, Math/Education
  • Adam Short, Political Science
  • Megan Squire, Computing Science
  • Carolyn Stuart, Education
  • Amanda Sturgill, Communications
  • Kristen Sullivan, Human Service Studies
  • Terry Tomasek, Education
  • Michelle Trim, English
  • Jennifer Uno, Biology
  • Hal Walker, Leisure and Sport Management
  • Brian Walsh, Communications
  • Frances Ward-Johnson, Communications
  • Beth Warner, Human Service Studies
  • Bud Warner, Human Service Studies
  • Qian Xu, Communications
  • Alexander Yap, Management Information Systems
  • Rena Zito, Sociology