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New faculty opportunity to explore community-engaged teaching and research

The Morgridge Center for Public Service is recruiting up to six faculty members and instructors who have an interest in or affinity for community-engaged teaching and research, for a pilot cohort of Morgridge Fellows. Here are some program details:

  • Fellows will commit to attend monthly 90-minute seminars with the cohort to discuss readings, work on new course development or add community-based learning to an existing course, plan community-based research projects, or work on other community-engaged scholarship (CES) activities.
  • Fellows will each receive a stipend of $1,500 that can be used for conference attendance, resource materials, or other professional development activities relevant to furthering understanding of CES.
  • Will have the opportunity to attend a CES Speaker event featuring a nationally known expert in the CES field, including a pre-lecture dinner with the speaker, exclusively for the Fellows cohort.

For more information, read the Morgridge Fellows Application or visit the Morgridge Fellows Program website.

For questions, contact Beth Tryon at or (608) 890-3334.