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Importance of partnerships.

In the world of high-impact experiential learning, partnerships are critical vehicles for providing meaningful opportunities for student learning and real-world engagement. The ELN seeks to cultivate existing relationships and new collaborations toward deeper student learning and opportunities to engage, research and innovate. We invite partners to get involved through the following signature offerings:

The students in the ELN's Sophomore Community take part in a year-long, project-based learning experience under the mentor of an instructor and project mentor. We are interested in learning more about potential projects from which our students can have a transformative learning experience while having a positive impact in the community. To share your project idea, email Christina Heath.

Inaugural GPS Institute

The Global Partner Studio (GPS) Institute, October 1-5, featured partnerships from Ghana, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Jamaica. The exciting outcomes from the week have lead to pedagogical innovation to deepen student learning and improve community impacts.