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

Community Engaged Scholarship: Writing for Academic Audiences

Shannon Jones, Biology
Olivier Delers, Lanugages, Literatures, and Cultures

Interconnections: Campus and City

Margaret Dorsey, Anthropology
Carlos Hurtado Marteletti, Economics
Elizabeth Kissling, Latin American, Latino, & Iberian Studies
Nicole Maurantonio, Rhetoric & Communication Studies
Rick Mayes, Health Studies

(Re)Engage Together

Deniz Besik, Business
Diana D'Amico-Pawlewicz, Educational Foundations & Research, University of North Dakota
Libby Gruner, English
Michael Marsh-Soloway, Global Studio
Chris Miller, Political Science
Tricia Stohr-Hunt, Education

The Collaboratory: Cemeteries and Community              

University of Richmond
Lauren Henley, Leadership Studies
Jeannine Keefer, Boatwright Memorial Library
Emmy Ready, Latin American, Latino, & Iberian Studies
Stephanie Spera, Geography & the Environment
Beth Zizzamia, Geography & the Environment

Virginia Commonwealth University
Bernard Means, Anthropology
Ywone Edwards-Ingram, Focused Inquiry
Ryan Smith, History
Meghan Gough, L. Douglas Wilder School of Government of Public Affairs
Michael Rackett, VCU ASPIR

Community Partners
Loretta Tillman, Community Partner
Erin Hollaway Palmer, Editor
Melissa Pocock, Community Partner