Jiwon Suh, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics,
College of Architecture, Planning and Public
Public Affairs

Service Learning Course(s):

• Human Resource Management in Government
  & Nonprofits (PAPP 5351)

“[Faculty Fellows] is just a starting point to learn and understand service learning."

Dr. Jiwon Suh is an assistant professor in the Department of Public Affairs and Planning at the University of Texas at Arlington. She teaches HR management, decision-making and public policy analysis. Dr. Suh was attracted to the Faculty Fellows Program after learning about it from
another fellow.

Through the Faculty Fellows Program, she has been able to design her own style of service learning. Her favorite part of being in the Faculty Fellows Program is the ability to meet and discuss with faculty in a small group setting. She sees this as an opportunity to nurture their growth in service to their community and knowledge of the process.

Dr. Suh advises faculty interested in service learning to use the Faculty Fellows Program as a starting point to learn and understand service learning. She believes that if faculty start learning, they can begin to develop their own style of service learning, and can build a research agenda on it.

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