News and Events

News and Events

Faculty/Community Partner Service Learning Networking Social

Community Partner Service Learning Networking Social

Faculty/Community Partner Service Learning Networking Social
This is an opportunity to reunite or build relationships with service learning faculty and community agencies, share ideas, learn about new programs and initiatives, ask questions, or just catch up. Curious minds are welcome; you don't need to be teaching with (or collaborating on) a service learning project in order to attend.

4:00-5:00pm - Sign-in, Network, & Short Program
5:00-6:30pm - Come and Go Happy Hour - Networking, Beverages, Heavy Appetizer

Please RSVP.

Open to UTA faculty/staff and community nonprofit agencies. Sponsored by the Center for Service Learning.
dr. eli shupe standing in front of the classroom, giving lecture to her students

At patient's bedsides, students learn what textbooks can't teach

Learn how Dr. Eli Shupe, assistant professor of philosophy and humanities and program coordinator for the Medical Humanities and Bioethics program, has used service learning to enhance her student's classroom learning. This story was written by Devynn D. Case, assistant director of media relations from the Office of University Advancement.

fresh produce

UTA faculty go green year round with garden and health curriculum for students

Discover how Kimberly Caraway, Academic Advisor and Lecturer from the Department of Political Science, has incorporated sustainability into her course. This story was written by Christine Vo from The Shorthorn.

three faculty/staff talking to each other

2021 CSL Breakfast Social

Faculty and staff are invited to a social gathering to reunite with other service learning faculty, and/or to share ideas, learn about new programs and initiatives, ask questions, or just catch up with other like-minded faculty.

faculty networking with community partners at the Community Partner Breakfast event

2021 Community Partner Breakfast

The annual Partner Breakfast brings together UT Arlington faculty, staff, and administrators with regional nonprofit community agencies, providing a unique opportunity for collaboration in service learning projects within UT Arlington academic courses. It also provides campus departments the chance to discuss service opportunities for their departments and organizations wherein civic engagement is a major component.

students talking to community partners at the Volunteer Opportunity Exchange event

2021 Volunteer Opportunity Exchange

Community Agencies attending the Partner Breakfast are encouraged to conduct tabling at this volunteer fair. This event is open to the entire UTA Community and enables faculty, staff, student organizations, campus departments, and/or individuals to network with our area nonprofit agencies to find ongoing or short-term service learning or volunteer opportunities. VOE is an open event for our campus community, so please take advantage of this unique experience.