Center for Service-Learning

Service-Learning Scholars

The goal of the Nazareth College's Center for Service-Learning (CSL) Service Learning Scholars Program is to promote the integration of high impact practice service-learning and community engaged scholarship at Nazareth College.

To achieve this goal, representatives from each of Nazareth College's Academic Schools: (School of Business and Leadership, College of Arts and Sciences, School of Health and Human Services, and School of Education) are invited to serve as a Scholar in the Center for Service-Learning. The role of the Service-Learning Scholars is to provide consultation and assistance to educate, advocate for, and showcase service-learning high impact practices.

Al Cabral

  • School of Business and Leadership
  • Experiential Learning Subcommittee
  • Creative Activity and Research Showcase (CARS) CSL Representative
Albert C. Cabral

Albert C. Cabral

Program Director for Business Organization & Management, Human Resource Development and Human Resource Management Programs & Associate Professor of Management in Business and Leadership, School of
Smyth Hall 147G

Lisa Hiley

  • School of Health & Humans Services

Cynthia Kerber Gowan

  • Faculty, School of Education
  • Faculty Liaison for LifePrep@Naz
Cynthia Kerber Gowan

Cynthia Kerber Gowan

Faculty Liaison, LifePrep@Naz in Center for Civic Engagement
Lecturer in Education, School of
Golisano Academic Center

Jen Leigh

  • School of Business and Leadership
  • Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) Assessment Project Coordinator
  • Consulting and professional development workshops have focused on developing teaching philosophies for RIT and service-learning community based research for the United Way in Rochester.
Jennifer S. Leigh

Jennifer S. Leigh

Professor of Management and the Killian J. and Carolyn F. Schmitt Chair in Business and Leadership, School of
Smyth Hall 184B

Ed Wiltse

  • College of Arts & Sciences
  • Fall semesters: service-learning projects bringing together Nazareth students with 3rd and 4th grade community partners at RCSD School #58
  • Spring semesters: service-learning projects bringing together Nazareth students with students who are incarcerated at Monroe Correctional Facility
    • For more information about this service-learning work, click here.
Edward Wiltse

Edward Wiltse

Professor and English Program Director in English and Communication
Golisano Academic Center 496B