Community-Engaged Academic Learning
Welcome to the former home of Community Engaged Academic Learning.
From 2014 - 2020, the office of Community Engaged Academic Learning (CEAL) was a tremendous asset to the college when there was a lack of coordinated campus support for providing services to faculty and students who desired to engage with communities. After a program review in 2019, some CEAL programs were combined with similar efforts across the University in 2020. Further, LSA formed a partnership with the Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning to provide support and services to community-engaged LSA faculty and students. Ginsberg provides an equity-minded framework for engaging with communities while supporting students and faculty through building long-term relationships, emphasizing reciprocal benefits, and acknowledging power.
The links below should help direct you to the appropriate program or service.
The Ginsberg Center offers the following supports that parallel some of the programming previously offered by CEAL:
- Support for Academic Partnerships
- Graduate Academic Liaisons
- Engaged Pedagogy Initiative, in partnership with Rackham Graduate School
- Support for Student Engagement
The Residential College now administers CEAL-RIDE
The LSA Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education now administers:
If you’re looking for something not listed here, please contact UGEDemail@example.com and someone will help direct you to the right place.