Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research
The Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research (CETR) supports community-engaged teaching, learning, and research that promote knowledge creation, civic development, and community transformation.
Gaultier Faculty Fellowship We are pleased to announce that next year's Gaultier Faculty Fellowship is awarded to Dr. Eva Simms. To learn more about Dr. Simm's research, check out our webpage devoted to the Gaultier Faculty Fellows.
Duquesne Again Receives Carnegie Community Engagement Classification Because of the ways Duquesne engages with its broader communities through teaching, research, student volunteerism, economic development involvement, and public-serving centers and institutes, the University has again been selected as one of the nation’s few institutions to receive the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s Community Engagement Classification.
2014-2015 CETR Events Schedule Released There are a number of great events planned for the upcoming academic year. Please consider joining us. See the list here.
Community-Engaged Research Inquiry Group CER Inquiry Group will meet on Thursday, January 22nd from Noon till 1:30p.m. in room 119 of the Student Union. We will discuss the following question: What are the ethical implications of producing knowledge in and with communities?
Community Uncorked Please join us for our monthly open house on Thursday, January 29th from 4-5. This month our focus is centered on working with Latino families and communities. We will be featuring a wine from Pittsburgh's own Engine House Winery.
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