The Indiana Campus Compact Faculty Fellows program is a year-long learning community experience designed in the tenets of Boyer’s (1996) vision of the scholarship of engagement. Selected individuals will serve a one-year term as part of a cohort with other engaged scholars from Indiana Campus Compact partner campuses. Each year, the cadre of selected scholars will work collaboratively on a scholarly project that will seek to advance the understanding and practice of community engagement through the collaborative engagement research paradigm (Jacquez, Ward, & Goguen, 2016), while individually incorporating community engagement into the three components of faculty work: teaching, research, and service.
Funding Award: $5,000 Required Institutional Match: $1,520
Who Should Apply
- Faculty of any rank or discipline with experience in implementing quality community-engaged pedagogies into their courses who are looking to collaborate with other engaged faculty from across Indiana.
2021–2022 Application Deadline & Project Timeline
Applicants are required to submit a Letter of Intent and a Full Proposal.
- Currently accepting Letters of Intent
- Full Proposals are due on May 10, 2021
The Faculty Fellows Program begins on July 1, 2021, and concludes on May 31, 2022.
Applicants are responsible for proper routing and approval by their institution prior to submission. Detailed instructions on the submission process can be found in the Request for Proposal and on the main Indiana Campus Compact Funding Opportunities page.
Applications must be submitted via the Indiana Campus Compact Engagement Portal. We require the Primary Investigator to create their own individual account for submission. Instructions on how to create a user profile can be found here.
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