Center for Service-Learning

Center for Service-Learning

Academic service-learning is a teaching method that involves Nazareth students, faculty, and staff partnering with community organizations to learn the knowledge and skills connected to academic course objectives. We also support community engaged scholarship which involves collaborations with community partners and prioritizes community issues in determining the objectives of a research project.

The Center for Service-Learning:

  • Supports faculty who wish to integrate service-learning into courses.
  • Develops sustainable community-college partnerships.
  • Encourages faculty and students to prioritize community needs and to involve community partners when designing research projects.
  • Makes connections between Nazareth College faculty and community organizations.

The 2018 Center for Service-Learning Community-Engaged Scholarship Writing Workshop

April 18-19, 2018 at Nazareth College

The Center for Service-Learning is pleased to announce the Community-Engaged Scholarship Writing Workshop featuring Diane Doberneck, Ph.D., Associate Director of the National Collaborative for the Study of University Engagement, and Adjunct Faculty member in the Bailey Scholars Program at Michigan State University.

The Center for Service-Learning thanks New York Campus Compact for its support of this event.

Questions? Contact servicelearning@naz.edu.

Service-Learning

    CSL Scholar Jen Leigh presents at the 2017 Pen to Paper Writing Retreat
    A film about Service-Learning at Mary's Place by Naz student Gregory Horton.

    Faculty Stipends & Grants

    Service-Learning Stipend Application 

    • For faculty (fulltime) teaching courses with a S-L component. More information can be found here.

    Service-Learning Adjunct Faculty Grant Application

    • For adjunct faculty teaching courses with a S-L component. More information can be found here.

    Service-Learning Travel Grant Application

    • For faculty presenting at conferences focussing on engaged pedagogy. More information can be found here.