Service-Learning Advisory Board seeks new faculty, staff members
The University of St. Thomas Advisory Board for Service-Learning is seeking three new members for three-year terms that begin next month.
Composed of faculty and staff from both the St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses and work-study students in the Office for Service-Learning, the board meets monthly during the school year (three times a semester) and is responsible for helping to cultivate knowledge about and involvement in various kinds of community-based learning.
Board members bring a variety of perspectives and strengths from their disciplinary training, community experience and different positions in the university to work toward the long-term integration and deepening of service-learning on campus.
To apply, e-mail a brief letter indicating relevant experience, interest and commitment to service-learning to both Dr. Amy Muse, faculty director of service-learning, and Barb Baker, program manager of service-learning, by Friday, Nov. 2. In order to provide balance to the board's membership, preference will be given to applicants who are involved in graduate programs and/or those who are outside the College of Arts and Sciences.
If you have questions, contact Muse, (651) 962-5643.