The goal of the Boyer Faculty Scholars Program is to deepen the campus-wide discourse, practice, and recognition of the scholarship of engagement at UM-Flint.
1) Strengthen community-engaged pedagogy and research practices,
2) Cultivate faculty leadership for the “engaged citizenship” pillar of the campus mission, and
3) Recognize and enable the contributions of community-engaged faculty.
For more information about the Boyer Faculty Scholars Program, please contact Mona Munroe-Younis at (810) 424-5481.
Congratulations to Professors Janet Haley (Theatre), Yu “Sunny” Kang (Public Health & Health Sciences) and Quamrul Mazumder (Computer Science, Engineering & Physics) the 2012 Boyer Faculty Scholars in this inaugural year of the Boyer Faculty Scholars Program!
By joining the program, these three faculty members have committed to each develop and implement exemplary community-engaged course or research project based on best practices, and share their insights from what they have learned in the program with the campus and community during the 2012-2013 academic year.
University Outreach looks forward to supporting the development and implementation of these exciting projects and sharing their results with the campus and community!