The Brenda Marsteller Kowalewski Community Engaged Learning Fellows Program
The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) provides training for faculty and staff interested in community-engaged learning (CEL) and/or community research (CR) pedagogies.
Fellows meet in the fall semester to learn the theories behind community-engaged approaches to learning and research then develop courses, workshops, presentations, or other materials for delivery in the spring. The hybrid training consists of five face-to-face workshops and several online components in Canvas.
Typical Program Schedule
- Attend statewide CEL retreat (Sponsored by Utah Campus Compact)
September - November
- Attend five workshops approximately every other week
- Apply for Temporary CEL designation on course (September)
- Attend group social
January - April
- Teach newly revamped course
- Apply for CEL designation on newly revamped course (February)
- Meet with CEL Fellows for book discussions and to be fully embedded in the community
May - July
- Select new CEL Fellows
Interested in becoming a CEL Fellow?
Contact Becky Jo Gesteland at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in becoming a CEL Fellow.
Fellows are selected at the end of Spring Semester and begin the program in August of each academic year.
- CEL Faculty Fellows 2011-2012
- CEL Faculty Fellows 2010-2011
- CEL Faculty Fellows 2009-2010
- Service Learning Faculty Fellows 2008-2009
2015-2016 CEL Fellows