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This webinar will focus on three practices that facilitate achievement of high-impact, community-engaged learning (service-learning): Reciprocity, Context and Culture, and Communication.  

Participants will develop a deeper understanding of cultivating reciprocal relationships between faculty and community partners, educating students about context, and using a project management approach for effective communication. There will be opportunities to pair each practice with the processes needed for implementation. Examples will be drawn from Community-Engaged Learning courses and a Core course called Resilient Children, Engaged Communities.

For more information, see: https://lsi.tcu.edu/service/community-based-learning/


About Dr. Lynn Donahue

Lynn is the Assistant Director of the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at St. John Fisher College and founding director of the College’s Community-Engaged Learning program. Under Donahue's leadership, SJFC offers CEL to students across the disciplines of Business, Arts & Sciences, Nursing, Education, and Pharmacy. Dr. Donahue provides faculty, student, and community partner training, mentoring, assessment, and recognition. She is a published author and presenter on pedagogy, assessment, cultural competency, leadership, and community partnerships. Lynn Donahue is also the recipient of local and national grants and the College’s Cardinal Award. She received her Ed.D. from the University of Rochester, M.Ed. from the University of Buffalo, and BA from Skidmore College.

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