Happy Tuesday! 3 announcements today to check out. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Best, Monica
**It is time to recruit those fabulous students to be 4D-Discoveries Orientation peer mentor leaders for next year! The job posting is open, and a flier is attached to send to all your students. If you have any questions, please reach out to Liz Spooner in New Student and Family Programs.
**School of Art & Art History Advising day- Feb. 10th– See flier for info and distribute to students
**Request from Associate Vice Provost for Public Good Strategy & Research
Hello FSEM Instructors,
As you may know, DU was among the inaugural higher education institutions to receive the prestigious Carnegie Elective Classification for Community Engagement in 2007. This year, the University is pursuing re-classification. For more on the classification and application process, click here.
The reclassification application includes a section on how community engagement is integrated into various curricular structures. In DU’s prior application, we highlighted FSEM courses with community-engaged components – and we’d like to do so again for this application!
If you taught an FSEM during AY 21-22 that included a community-engaged component, could you let us know by replying to email@example.com with the following information:
· Title of your course
· Community partner/organization
· 1-3 sentences about the community-engaged component of the course
Anne P. DePrince, Ph.D.
Distinguished University Professor of Psychology
Associate Vice Provost, Public Good Strategy & Research