Our work with faculty and chief academic officers focuses on linking community-based work with course content across disciplines. Campus Compact was an early leader in this movement, launching the Integrating Service with Academic Study (ISAS) project in 1989. Through publications, awards, conferences, and innovative programs, we continue to create groundbreaking ways to strengthen service-learning and engaged scholarship in the academy.
Here are a few of the ways that faculty and other academic leaders can use Campus Compact’s resources to advance engaged work on their campuses:
- Find models of service-learning and other programs
- See syllabi from across disciplines and institutions
- Learn about faculty development programs that reward community-based work
- Find out if you’re eligible for Campus Compact’s Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award
- Develop students as colleagues and leaders
- Learn more about the latest policy issues affecting campus engagement
- Use our service statistics to raise awareness of the value of service-learning
- Find out how our Consulting Corps can help advance practice on your campus
- Connect with your state Compact affiliate
We have also put together a comprehensive list of resources for faculty, which contains not only Campus Compact resources, but also resources from other organizations that offer guidance in linking community-based work with course content.