Faculty Programs and Resources
Whether you are interested in community engaged scholarship through your teaching, research, creative work, or professional practice, the Nashman Center is here to support you. Contact Wendy Wagner, [email protected] for more information.
Join GW’s community engaged faculty for a light breakfast and stimulating discussions. Held monthly in the National Churchill Library and Center, Gelman Library first floor.
Faculty Learning Communities meet monthly to explore an issue of interest with a small interdisciplinary group of faculty. Learning and Action Collaboratives convene faculty and local community leaders to share information and create strategies to address their identified social issues.
All faculty or teaching assistants are welcome to join these events, which provide professional development and examples of good practice on a variety of topics related to community engaged scholarship.
“Faculty Office Hours” on Wednesdays, 4-5pm
Join the Director of Community Engaged Scholarship and faculty colleagues for this weekly Nashman Center, Room 305.
The Nashman Center CBPR Lunch for Community Based Participatory Researchers
Join us for this opportunity to network with GW colleagues who practice community-based participatory research (CBPR).
No upcoming dates.
Givepulse is the Nashman Center's platform for finding and reporting community engagement activities. The Nashman Center’s ability to share “who is doing what, where, and with whom” helps us all work more collaboratively, ultimately improving our effectiveness with the community.
All GW students and faculty have a Givepulse account, accessible by using their GW email account with the same sign-on information. We encourage you to use this platform to connect with local organizations and members of the GW community who share your social issue interests.
Review resources on community engaged teaching, professional associations, annual conferences, publication outlets for your engaged scholarship, toolkits, research articles and more.
These GW faculty, representing disciplines across the institution, are happy to share their experiences with community engaged scholarship with you.
Funding is available to support community-based participatory research, the development of community-engaged scholarship courses, engaged department strategic planning, and professional development opportunities such as conferences or symposia.
This blog and bi-weekly e-newsletter keeps GW faculty up-to-date on the latest community engaged scholarship related news, research, opportunities for funding, calls for publication, conferences, and local events.