Center for Community Engagement & Learning
The Center for Community Engagement & Learning (CCEL) serves as the intersection of student learning, faculty research and creative activity, and community engagement.Learn about CCEL
The Selkregg Community Engagement & Service Learning Award of $5,000 supports faculty to develop community-based research, creative activity, and course-based service-learning projects. The Award seeks to encourage, inspire, and reward faculty at UAA for engaged scholarship that creates and sustains our community partnerships. Purposes of the award are to recognize community engagement projects with significant discipline-based scholarship, community partnership, and creativity in project design and implementation. The proposed projects should ultimately aim to improve the quality of life for Alaska residents and develop civic leadership, democracy, and social justice on campus and in the community.
Faculty proposals are now being accepted for the 2017 Selkregg Community Engagement
and Service Learning Award. Deadline is Friday, February 24, 2017 by 12:00 p.m.
Learn more about the award history, past recipients and projects, and find award Details and application guidelines here.
Civic Engagement Certificate
UAA students can earn a Civic Engagement Certificate along with his or her major. This 30 credit Certificate prepares students to become active, effective, ethical citizens in their professional and personal lives.Learn about the Certificate
CCEL collaborates with several special initiatives and partnerships across campus:Urban in Alaska
Dialogues for Public Life Alaskero Partnership
ENGAGE Social Issues
Food Security, Youth & Education, Affordable Housing & Neighborhood Development, Health & Mental Health, Environment & Sustainability - Find out what's happening on campus and in the community around these social issues.ENGAGE Social Issues