Resources for Faculty
The Haas Center for Public Service is the hub of Cardinal Service, a university-wide effort to make service a distinctive feature of a Stanford education.
Faculty can support Cardinal Service by integrating community-engaged learning into their courses. We look forward to helping you connect students with community through advising, course design, and funding.
Subscribe to our quarterly Cardinal Courses Newsletter, which shares highlights from Cardinal Courses, upcoming events and award deadlines, and updates on community-engaged learning programs and resources.
Support for Cardinal Courses
The Community Engaged Learning and Research (CELR) team supports faculty with development and implementation of Cardinal Courses.
The CELR team provides support and resources to faculty and students interested in developing capstone programs, classes, or projects that connect with the broader community.
Course Development and Funding
Resources available through the CELR team, including a Faculty Workbook and information about student coordinators for your Cardinal Course.
Cardinal Courses Dashboard
See Cardinal Courses’ engagement with community partners in the region by thematic area.
Community Engaged Teaching Fellowship
The Community Engaged Teaching Fellowship—formerly the Faculty Fellows program—provides a community of practice to instructors wishing to incorporate community-engaged learning (CEL) into their courses.
Scholars in Service
Apply for a funded leave of up to four quarters to lend your expertise to solving a social problem.
Advising and mentoring students
Support students engaged in service through Haas Center programs.