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Six Angelo State University faculty members have been selected as the fifth group of Community-Engaged Faculty Fellows and will develop academic courses for the upcoming fall semester that enhance ASU student involvement in the local community.
Find links to Community Partners, to Resources for Faculty and Students and so much more.
ASU’s QEP is called CONNECT! Campus and Community and seeks to engage students, faculty, and staff on our campus with the local, regional, national, and global communities to enhance student learning and better serve those communities.
"In service-learning programs, such as those at the schools listed below, volunteering in the community is an instructional strategy—and a requirement of a student's coursework. The service relates to what happens in class, and in turn, the course work plays off of the volunteering."