Community-Engaged Teaching (CET) is embraced by schools and departments across Washington University.
Key elements of CET include learning activities in a community context, course content and assignments connected to activities in the community, and faculty oversight. CET is often referred to as service learning or community-based teaching and learning (CBTL).
To nurture growth in this area, the institute offers technical and financial assistance, individual consultation, and facilitation of community partnerships.
Washington University offers over 80 courses that include a community-engaged component. Community-engaged courses offered in 2017-2018 can be found listed by school in the right-hand sidebar.
If you know of updates or a course that should be listed here, please Matthew Bakko.