Underground Royalty, by Keith Burns
The Prison Creative Arts Project, a CEAL affiliate, fosters creative expression among students, faculty, youth, and adults inside and outside Michigan's prisons.
Undergraduate students from the Spanish Language Internship Program (SLIP) engage in service-learning with community partners, strengthen language fluency, and develop a critical understanding of issues affecting Latino communities.
Global engaged learning includes international service-learning courses and study abroad programs.
U-M faculty and staff gather to discuss global service- and engaged learning.
Detroit Love: Many engaged learning opportunities abound in the city. Students may collaborate with community members through asset-based learning to co-create positive social change.
Experiential learning involves direct, hands-on activities that connect theory with practice.
Richard Kiely, Director of Engaged Learning + Research at Cornell University, presents at a campus-wide event sponsored by CEAL and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Established in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts in 2013, the Center for Engaged Academic Learning (CEAL) brings together faculty, students, staff and community partners in support of initiatives that bridge academic instruction with community-based learning in rigorous and meaningful ways. The Center enhances and supports engaged learning pedagogies and programs, facilitates coordination of existing partnerships, and promotes new synergies around engaged learning. CEAL provides resources for faculty seeking best practices, course models, guidance on developing authentic relationships with community members, and administrative support. In addition to supporting projects led by individual LSA faculty, the Center fosters collaboration on engaged learning throughout Central Campus. Currently situated in East Quad, CEAL is a vibrant hub for these and many other opportunities such as:
Student trainings and workshops on critical community engagement