Recordings: Getting CPGC Funding to Support Community-led Teaching and Scholarship
How can Haverford faculty utlize CPGC funding to support local and global community-led initiatives?
On Thursday, March 25th, 2021 the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship brought together three faculty members who have leveraged CPGC funding into larger successful funding applications and utilized CPGC funding to support local initiatives that advance inclusion.
Faculty members interested in learning more about how CPGC funding can support their community-led teaching and scholarship efforts should contact sdkeene [at] haverford.edu (Stephanie Keene).
Kristin Lindgren, Director of College Writing Center and Visiting Assistant Professor of Writing
Kristin Lindgren shares how CPGC and CESR funding helped her develop a sustained relationship with the Center for Creative Works in Wynnewood, PA, an organization that students in her Critical Disabilities Studies course have now partnered with for the last six years.
Lina Martinez Hernandez, Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish
Lina discusses how CPGC funding helped get the Spanish department's vision of offering engaged courses off the ground, and how that funding has allowed them to invest in the people and communities they work with over time.
Brook Lillehaugen, Associate Professor of Linguistics
Brook highlights how CPGC funding has allowed the Zapotec-led Ticha team to experiment with projects prior to applying for larger national grants and other non-financial ways the CPGC has supported her partnership.