The Center for Community Engaged Teaching and Research (CETR) invites faculty and staff to add community engaged activities into the Collaboratory platform.

Collaboratory is a tool that enables faculty, staff, and students to share community-engaged partnerships and learning, community service and philanthropic efforts that highlight the meaningful contributions Duquesne makes to the health and vibrancy of the Pittsburgh region and beyond.

Faculty and staff are invited to learn more about Collaboratory from noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17, in a virtual workshop hosted by Dr. Alia M. Pustorino-Clevenger, director of Extracurricular Community Engagement. Interested individuals can register for the workshop. 

During the spring term, CETR will hold monthly gift card drawings for faculty and staff who add their engagement activities into the system.

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January 11, 2023