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Current Faculty Fellows

Since 2008, the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) has been organizing a fellows program for faculty members seeking to transform or create a course with an integrated community-based learning (CBL) component.

Fellows receive stipends to attend workshops, work on their courses over the summer, and participate in a faculty-learning community during the academic year. In addition, faculty receive ongoing pedagogical support from the CCE as they work with their students and community partners.

2019-20 Community-Based Learning (CBL) Faculty Fellows

Alicia Diaz, Theatre and Dance
DANC 319: Collaborative Arts Lab: Dance, Humanities, and Technology

Sylvia Gale, Bonner Center for Civic Engagement
FYS 100: Storytelling and Social Change

Shannon Hooker, Modlin Center for the Arts
ARTH/MUS/THTR 345: Philanthropy in the Arts 

Vivian Leung, Geography and the Environment
Coastal Hazards

Kristjen Lundberg, Psychology
PSYC 449: Prejudice and Intergroup Relations

Michael Marsh-Soloway, Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
SDLC 105, 110, 111, 112, 113: Self-Directed Language Acquisition Program

Camilla Nonterah, Psychology
PSYC 299/WGSS 279: Women's Health

Stephanie Spera, Geography & Environment
GEOG 280/ENVS 300: Special Topic: Weather, Climate and Society

Bob Spires, Graduate Education
EDUC 517: Foundations of Education

2019-20 East End Cemetery Collaboratory

Elizabeth Baughan, Classical Studies, University of Richmond
CLSC 220: Introduction to Archaeology

Jory Brinkerhoff, Biology, University of Richmond
BIOL 336: Eco-epidemiology

Alicia Diaz, Theatre and Dance, University of Richmond
DANC 319: Collaborative Arts Lab: Dance, Humanities, and Technology

Kristine Grayson, Biology, University of Richmond
BIOL 202: Integrated Biological Principles II

Patricia Herrera, Theatre & Dance, University of Richmond
DANC 319: Collaborative Arts Lab: Dance, Humanities, and Technology

Jeannine Keefer, Boatwright Memorial Library, University of Richmond
FYS100: Why do we build? Why should we care?

Stephanie Spera, Geography & Environment, University of Richmond
ENVS/GEOG 360: Environmental Remote Sensing

Doug Winiarski, Religious Studies, University of Richmond
AMST 381/RELG 358, Richmond: City of the Dead

Susan Bodnar-Deren, Sociology, Virginia Commonwealth University

Ryan Smith, History, Virginia Commonwealth University

Ywone Edwards-Ingram, Department of Focused Inquiry, Virginia Commonwealth University

Brian Palmer, Independent journalist

Erin Hollaway Palmer, Editor

John Shuck, site manager, East End Cemetery