Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence (CRTLE)
Office of the Provost, Division of Faculty Success
The Faculty Fellows program is a transformative semester-long experience for faculty seeking to integrate service learning into their courses. Through monthly seminars on campus and at nonprofit agencies, participants explore the origins of service learning, pedagogical best practices, and the potential for combining service learning and research.
Collegiality is a key aspect of the Faculty Fellows experience. Faculty members meet in small groups to nurture their community service and expand their knowledge within a mentoring environment. These interactions foster sustainable partnerships, supportive networks, and opportunities for collaborative, community-based research and scholarship.
Join the Faculty Fellows program to embark on a rewarding journey of personal and professional growth while making a lasting impact through service learning.
More about service learning
Explore the fascinating concept of service learning and how it has been successfully integrated into the curriculum by educators.
The CSL Faculty Fellows Program consists of one or two cohorts with up to ten Fellows each. Fellows participate in a semester-long (Fall or Spring) intensive four-seminar course.
106B Trinity Bldg.
800 Greek Row Drive,
Arlington, TX 76013
Phone #: 817-272-2124
Susan Dequeant, M.Ed.
Associate Director, Center for Service Learning
Maverick Advantage Faculty Engagement Program Lead
NaKesha Brown, M.Ed.
Coordinator II, Special Programs Division of Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence
Phone #: 817-272-6759