College and university faculty take part in a broader range of creative work in the name of community engagement, collaborating with community and campus partners for the purposes of addressing community issues; improving teaching and learning; creating new and relevant knowledge; and developing civic learning opportunities associated with the public relevance of disciplines. Indeed, these scholarly activities connect the core functions of higher education—the generation and dissemination of knowledge—to the needs of the public. 

Campus Compact is committed to supporting engaged faculty and the professional staff who support them. On this page, find resources and opportunities to dig deeper into key issues in equity-centered, civic, and community-engaged teaching, learning, and research. 

Faculty Development Facilitator

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Star Plaxton-Moore

University of San Francisco

Star Plaxton-Moore, Director of Community-Engaged Learning at the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good will lead Campus Compact's Faculty Development work for the 2022-2023 academic year.

Faculty Development Resources

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