University Relations

Faculty Interviews

Each month, we interview a faculty member who teaches Community-Engaged Learning (CEL) courses with the purpose of sharing knowledge and resources among those interested in improving their teaching practices.

October’s feature is Dr. Melissa Licht, Lecturer in the English Department. She teaches two courses with a CEL component: English 1501: Literature and Public Life and English 3502: Nature Stories: Environmental Discourse in Action. In this interview, Melissa discusses her optional course model, ideas for reflection and advice for faculty looking to engage more deeply in their CEL pedagogy. Click here to read the full interview