W&L is one of 15 private colleges and universities to receive the 2024 Carnegie Community Engagement Classification.
The professor of cultural anthropology will serve a dual role leading Community-Based Learning and the SHECP Consortium.
Community-Based Learning’s collaboration with Concerned Citizens of Glasgow during Winter 2023 offer students an opportunity to help a community find its voice.
CBL’s new initiative is an opportunity for faculty development, student collaboration and deepening partnerships with the surrounding community.
Terrence Johnson, professor of African American religious studies at Harvard University, will discuss his latest book on March 1.
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Community-Based Learning’s collaborations this fall offered students an opportunity to deepen community connections.
Community-based learning is an educational approach that integrates learning and mentorship with community engagement.
As part of a community-based learning course in collaboration with Rockbridge Regional Tourism and the Rockbridge Historical Society, Washington and Lee University students researched and mapped Black-owned businesses that thrived in Lexington during the Jim Crow era.
Sascha Goluboff's Spring Term class, Cults, took an in-depth look at the development and process behind misunderstood religions.
Sasha Goluboff talks about her farm, the influence of technology on student sociality and her most recent project involving a black church in Brownsburg, Virginia.