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SOURCE (Student Outreach Resource Center)

SOURCE Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Program

Our Fellows

 FFP Cohorts:

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.

2012-13 Faculty Fellows Cohort:

Detailed bios on cohort members can be found here.

2013-14 Faculty and Community Fellows Cohort:

Detailed bios on cohort members can be found here. Learn more about the Community Fellows Program here.

FFP Senior Fellows:

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.

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 and Vanya and the courses they teach, check out the 2012-13 cohort page.

FFP Leadership Team

SOURCE Service-Learning Fellows Program Leadership Team (L-R): Carey Borkoski, Vanya Jones, Mindi Levin (Founder & Director, SOURCE), Elizabeth Doerr (Associate Director, SOURCE)

Service-Learning Courses

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. Additionally, you can find detailed information about the 2012-13 program courses HERE.