Topic: Engaged Scholars

Prabhdeep Kehal GS and Cadence Willse GS are participating in a two-year program through the Swearer Center for Public Service to understand sustainable relationships between the University and the community.

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Swearer Center fellowship focuses on community engagement

March 20, 2018 0 comments

Cadence Willse GS and Prabhdeep Kehal GS are the first graduate fellows to join the Swearer Center for Public Service’s new two-year program in Community Engaged Scholarship.

Students plan birding buddies program

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Students plan birding buddies program

March 4, 2018 0 comments

Students have begun preparations to pilot a birding program that will become an optional part of HIST 1977B: “Feathery Things: An Avian Introduction to Animal Studies,” taught by Nancy Jacobs, professor of history.

The Swearer Center is planning to enhance the Engaged Scholars Program by adding concentrations to the 12 existing options as well as strengthening the initiatives at the center that promote learning.

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Swearer Center receives multi-year grant to enhance engaged learning

November 1, 2017 0 comments

The Swearer Center plans to enhance the existing Engaged Scholars Program and create new opportunities for faculty and students.

Named next dean of admission, Powell to draw on experience as student, administrator

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Named next dean of admission, Powell to draw on experience as student, administrator

June 2, 2016 0 comments

As the Class of 2016 walked out of the Van Wickle Gates last weekend, Brown was preparing for the classes of 2021 and beyond to walk through them.

Engaged Scholars Program expands to 12 concentrations

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Engaged Scholars Program expands to 12 concentrations

April 13, 2016 0 comments

The Engaged Scholars Program will expand to encompass 12 concentrations, an increase of seven from the previous year.

Scientists, scholars explore resilience in Syrian refugee children

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Scientists, scholars explore resilience in Syrian refugee children

April 11, 2016 0 comments

Experts gathered to discuss stress and resilience in Syrian refugee children at this weekend’s fourth annual Engaged Scholarship Conference.