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Announcing the 2023-24 Community Engaged Teaching Fellows

Five Stanford faculty begin a yearlong program to develop curricula for community-engaged learning courses

The Haas Center for Public Service is excited to welcome the 2023-24 cohort of Community Engaged Teaching (CET) Fellows. First launched in 2016 as the Faculty Fellows Program, the fellowship was relaunched in 2023 after a two-year hiatus. The Fellowship provides a community of practice to Stanford instructors wishing to incorporate community-engaged learning (CEL) into their courses. Often called “service learning,” these courses combine learning goals and community service to enhance both student growth and the common good. At Stanford, these are referred to as Cardinal Courses.

We received strong applications for the program and selected a multidisciplinary cohort of five outstanding individuals with varying levels of experience in teaching community-engaged courses. The CET Fellows demonstrate a strong interest in teaching CEL courses and continuing to learn about how to teach these courses. They bring a wealth of innovative ideas and approaches to contribute to the field of community-engaged scholarship. 

In this yearlong program, faculty fellows meet monthly as a community of practice to explore areas of mutual interest; develop, refine, and teach community-engaged learning courses and curricula; and develop other academic materials such as publications, speaking engagements, and conference presentations.

Alice Siu, PhD
Senior Research Scholar at the Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law
Belinda Hernández, EdD
Director of Cardinal Free Clinics
Dena Montague, PhD Environmental Justice Lecturer in the Earth Systems Program
Dustin Liu, EdM
Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at the
Ewen Wang, MD
Faculty Director of the MD/MS Program in Health Equity Research at the School of Medicine