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Faculty Fireside Chats are informal discussions with some of Notre Dame’s most personable professors, who will share their insights into what helps students have a successful Notre Dame experience.
Understanding Community-Based Learning and Service Opportunities
November 2, 2017
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
104 Coleman-Morse Center, Hammes Student Lounge
Join us for a panel discussion on scholarly opportunities in community-based and service learning, research, fellowships, and funding available to first-year students. Our panelists will lead an informative discussion and answer your questions. Faculty and students, along with representatives from the Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement and Center for Social Concerns, will discuss best practices for pursuing undergraduate research and seeking out scholarly support and community engagement on campus.
- Dr. Rufus Burnett with his mentee Savana Morgan
- Dr. Yvonne Mikuljan from the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement
- Michael Hebbeler from the Center for Social Concerns
Best Practices for Pursuing Undergraduate Research
Faculty and students, along with representatives from the Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement, will discuss best practices for pursuing undergraduate research and seeking out scholarly support on campus.