The Civic Engagement Graduate Fellows program connects emerging scholars with engaged faculty across the disciplines to support engaged learning and civic development among undergraduates. The program’s purposes are to enhance courses taught by Civic Engagement Faculty Fellows and to provide professional development to graduate students interested in the pedagogy of engaged civic learning.
This program is open to any graduate student on the Camden campus, and prior teaching experience is not necessary. Civic Engagement Graduate Fellows receive a stipend.
Applications for the program are open through August 8. For information, contact Tom Dahan, Program Coordinator for Academic Civic Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2013 Cohort of Civic Engagement Graduate Fellows:
Clovis Bergere (Childhood Studies), matched with Dr. Jill Sinha. Course: Social Welfare Policies and Practices
Patricia Ciorici (Public Affairs), matched with Dr. Tyler Hoffman and Dr. Andrew Seligsohn. Course: Making Social Change Honors Seminar
Brittney Franks (International Public Service and Development), matched with Dr. Kwangwon Lee. Course: Exploring Careers in Biology
Rasheda Simpson (Public Affairs), matched with Dr. Jill Sinha. Course: Social Welfare Policies and Practices
Marcus Woods (Childhood Studies), matched with Dr. Rafey Habib. Course: Literatures of Islam, Judaism and Christianity