Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research
The Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research (CETR) supports community-engaged teaching, learning, and research that promote knowledge creation, civic development, and community transformation.
Stewards the civic and justice-oriented nature of CETR as framed by the University's Spiritan charism;
Encourages faculty to learn about and appreciate CETR, and to join a network of faculty peers who consider themselves to be community-engaged scholars;
Equips faculty to practice innovative CETR through consultations, professional development programming, grants, logistic support, and in-print and web-based resources;
Introduces faculty to local communities and facilitates connections between faculty and community organizations;
Creates opportunities for students to gain leadership experience by supporting classes taught using CETR;
Helps faculty, students, and community partners navigate the University's administrative policies, procedures, and expectations so that they can successfully implement CETR;
Advocates for the institutionalization of CETR and convenes stakeholders to shape engagement at Duquesne.
Gaultier Faculty Fellowship We are pleased to announce that next year's Gaultier Faculty Fellowship is awarded to Dr. Eva Simms. To learn more about Dr. Simm's research, check out our webpage devoted to the Gaultier Faculty Fellows.
Community Engagement Scholars Kick Off Year of Leadership The 2014-2015 Cohort of Community Engagement Scholars have begun their year of service, starting with a weekend-long orientation at Pine Springs Camp.