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Community Engagement (CE) Course Designation

If you’d like to meet with a member of the Center for Leadership & Community Engagement (CLCE) team to chat through a course idea or proposal, contact Meredith Hein, Director with Leadership & Community Engagement (mhein@rollins.edu, 407-691-1021).

The CE (Community Engagement) Course Designation Form is a available on the rPublic website.  Questions about the CE designation may be directed to Meredith Hein or Gabriel Barreneche,  Associate Dean for Advising (gbarreneche@rollins.edu).

Fall 2019 CE Course Designation

  • Deadline for submission for fall CE Course Designation is Monday, February 25, 2019.
  • If you are teaching a course in the Fall with the same CE component as offered in past courses (where you have already received CE designation), please send an email to mhein@rollins.edu stating your intention to teach the course again, and please include the course number, course title, a previous syllabus, and info regarding community partnerships (if you already have it) as well by Monday, February 25, 2019.

rFLA Information

Common Read Spring 2019—Responsible Leadership

Week 1

  • Hamilton Holt Commencement Address, 1949
  • David Brooks, The Moral Bucket List
  • Peter Singer, The Why and How of Effective Altruism (TED talk)

Community Standards and Responsibilities

  • Chicago Tribune timeline of Me Too Movement
  • Invisibilia, “The Callout” (podcast)
  • NYT “Sexual Consent on College Campuses” (interactive)
  • Martin Luther King, Jr, “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”
  • Excerpt from Act Four of The Crucible
  • bell hooks, “Understanding Patriarchy”
  • Washington Post Op Ed on mothers and sons in the Me Too Era
  • BBC Tokyo Medical University changed female exam scores
  • “When Scientists Say ‘Me Too’” blog from Scientific American

 

[ Suggested Events ]

February 15-23: john proctor is the villain, Annie Russell Theatre

Friday, February 15: 14th Annual Summit on Transforming Learning—The Erosion of Democracy?

February 27, 7pm-8pm: Tarana Burke, Bush Auditorium with livestream overflow in Suntrust Auditorium