SOURCE Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Program
SOURCE’s inaugural cohort launched in June 2012 with 9 faculty members representing the JHU Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health. In its second year, 2013-14, SOURCE continues to evolve the SOURCE Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Program by engaging 5 new Faculty Fellows. Additionally, SOURCE is excited to bring on 3 inaugural Community Fellows– representatives from SOURCE partner organizations. Details about each cohort is found below and information about the Community Fellows Program can be found at HERE.
2014-15 Faculty and Community Fellows Cohort:
Clockwise from top left: Rebekah Lin Meyer, Lisa Townsend, Joan Kub, Nowreen Haq, Gayne Barlow-Kemper, Melissa Davey-Rothwell, Shannon Frattaroli, Janice Evans, Nancy Blackwell, Larry Schugam, Jennifer Stewart
- Gayne Barlow-Kemper – Director, Kennedy Krieger Southeast Early Head Start
- Nancy Blackwell – Director, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Baltimore
- Melissa Davey-Rothwell, PhD, CHES – Associate Scientist, Health Behavior and Society, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Janice Evans, PhD – Associate Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Shannon Frattaroli, PhD, MPH – Associate Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health, Policy and Management
- Nowreen Haq, MD, MPH – Instructor of Medicine, School of Medicine
- Joan Kub, PhD, MA, PHCNS, BC – Associate Professor, School of Nursing; Faculty Appointments, School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Rebekah Lin Meyer – Director of Community Outreach and Volunteerism, LivingClassrooms Foundation
- Larry Schugam – Executive VP and Chief of Development Officer, Baltimore Curriculum Project
- Jennifer M. Stewart, PhD, RN – Assistant Professor, Department of Community-Public Health, School of Nursing
- Lisa Townsend, PhD – Assistant Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Mental Health Dept
2013-14 Faculty and Community Fellows Cohort
Fellows at the final celebration (L-R): Pam Bohrer Brown, Beth Sloand, Debbie Gioia, Carolyn Cumpsty Fowler, Deborah Agus, Lilly Engineer, Andrew Timleck
- Deborah Agus, JD – Assistant Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Mental Health
- Adrienne Atlee, MPH – (former) Public Health Program Manager, International Rescue Committee
- Pamela Bohrer Brown – Director of Maternal and Child Health and Multicultural Programs, Baltimore Medical System
- Lilly Engineer - MBBS/MD, DrPH, MHA – Assistant Professor in the Departments of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Associate Faculty in the Armstrong Institute for Quality and Patient Safety
- Caroline Cumpsty Fowler, PhD, MPH – Assistant Professor School of Nursing, Department of Community Public Health, and Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management (Joint); Director of Evaluation and Core Skills Training at the Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center
- Deborah Gioia, PhD – Associate Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health, Behavior and Society
- Beth Sloand, PhD, CPNP-BC – Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Acute and Chronic Care
- Andrew Timleck, MPH, PhDc – HIV Educator/Client Advocate, AIRS/Empire Homes of Maryland
2012-13 Faculty Fellows Cohort
Inaugural Faculty Fellows Cohort 2012 Seminar (L-R): Beth Resnick, Lori Edwards, Sosena Kebede, Roni Neff, Daniela Lewy, Benita Walton-Moss, Emily Frosch, Carey Borkoski, Vanya Jones
Detailed bios on cohort members can be found here.
- Carey Borkoski, PhD – Faculty Instructor, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health, Policy and Management; Assistant Director of the Graduate Program in Public Policy, Institute for Policy Studies (IPS)
- Lori Edwards, DrPH, MPH, BSN, RN, APHN, BC – Instructor, School of Nursing, Department of Community Public Health
- Emily Frosch, MD – Assistant Professor, School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
- Vanya Jones, PhD – Assistant Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health, Behaviorand Society
- Sosena Kebede, MD, MPH – Assistant Professor, School of Medicine, Department of Medicine
- Daniela Lewy, MPH – Research Associate, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of International Health
- Roni Neff, PhD, MS – Assistant Scientist, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health Sciences
- Beth Resnick, MPH, CPH – Assistant Scientist, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management
- Benita Walton-Moss, DNS, FNP-BC – Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Department of Community Public Health
As the Fellows program evolves, SOURCE has invited two 2012-13 inaugural cohort members to serve as Senior Fellows. Because of their enthusiasm and dedication to service-learning at the JHU health professional schools, Dr. Carey Borkoski and Dr. Vanya Jones were selected to serve as Senior Fellows following a competitive application process.
Additionally, to evolve the Community Fellows Program, inaugural Community Fellow, Andrew Timleck was selected to serve as Senior Community Fellow.
The Senior Fellows work with Faculty & Community Fellows cohort members throughout the academic year with training and mentorship, as well as co-leading the Faculty & Community Fellows seminar. Specifically, Carey and Vanya will continue to advance SOURCE’s research and publication agenda around service-learning at the JHU health professional schools. To learn more about Carey, Vanya (and the courses they teach), and Andrew, check out their bios here.
Senior Fellows and SOURCE Leadership Team 2014 (clockwise from top left: Carey Borkoski, Andrew Timleck, Mindi Levin, Elizabeth Doerr, Vanya Jones)
Since the inaugural 2012-13 FFP cohort, up to 17 new courses were created in the JHU Schools of Medicine Nursing and Public Health. Each faculty member teaching the course worked closely with SOURCE staff to re-work the syllabus and re-frame the course to integrate a community-identified service-learning project. Learn more about those courses HERE.