CEESLCenter for Experiential Education and Service Learning
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The screening interview, conducted by the CEESL director, was an opportunity to honor the agencies' request to work only with students who were supportive of the agencies' work, The process also informed students of the nature of the course and time commitment, and presented them with agency descriptions and possible projects.
About six months before the summer Institute, the CEESL director began recruiting faculty and community partners.
The idea for the Institute originated with the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education, who envisioned interdisciplinary service-learning courses that strengthen students' research skills, The director of CEESL then asked faculty and community agencies if the idea of an Institute made sense, and worked with them to bring it to fruition.