Faculty and Staff Information

A list of ways to utilize the Drake University Office of Community Engagement & Service-Learning:

  • Provide small funds for community engagement & service-learning supplies and logistical support
  • Identify sites for community engagement & service-learning components
  • Establish contact with community partners
  • Distribute brochures or forms about procedures for community engagement & service-learning to your students e.g. community partner agreements, service-learning site background checks, liability waivers
  • Present the topic of community engagement & service-learning to your class during the first few weeks of the semester
  • Provide descriptive information about the sites
  • Make a mid-semester e-mail contact with your students and their service site supervisors
  • Offer general or course-specific pre, mid, and / or post community engagement & service-learning reflection sessions
  • Conduct community partner, student, and faculty assessment for your community engagement & service-learning component
  • Provide resources to you or your students to insure the best experience possible
  • Showcase your project in various community engagement & service-learning events and publications
  • Provide faculty and staff development opportunities regarding community engagement & service-learning and related topics

If you are planning a community engagement or service-learning component in the upcoming semesters, please do not hesitate to contact Mandi McReynolds, Director office of Community Engagement & Service-Learning mandi.mcreynolds@drake.edu x2338 to set up a consultation meeting.

You can also apply for a Service-Learning mini-grant.

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More information will be coming soon as our site and program develops. Thank you for your patience.

University News
September 12, 2014
Gereon Kopf, associate professor of religion at Luther College, will deliver a lecture titled “When Expression is Expressed, Non-Expression is Not-Expressed: A Zen Buddhist Approach to Talking About the Ineffable” as part of The Comparison Project’s fall 2014 programming.
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