Community Resources

We can all benefit from high-impact experiential learning.

Although UB students represent our primary focus, we know that the tools, strategies and resources that we offer through the ELN can also benefit members or our internal and external communities. We invite you to participate in the following offerings, and please note that we are always open to new ideas and invitations to engage. Join our community listserv to receive announcements, stories and ways to get involved.

Studio Series

For the 2018 – 2019 academic year, we invite you to Stretch the Boundaries of High-Impact Experiential Learning through our new ELN Studio Series. Join us for half-day sessions that include expert panels focusing on pedagogical innovation along with facilitated discussions and working sessions. Studio sessions will run from January – May in 17 Norton Hall, UB North Campus. Sign up for our listserv to find out when you can join us!

  • Leveraging the benefits of high-impact experiential learning for ALL students
  • Assessing and communicating impacts through compelling stories and narratives
  • Supporting and harvesting global collaboration

Global Collaboration Digital Badge

The ELN is excited to pilot our new Global Collaboration Digital Badge. Following our fall 2018 pilot we look forward to opening the program to non-UB students and community members interested in enhancing their global collaboration experiences in support of their academic, professional and civic-related goals. To stay up-to-date on announcements and opportunities, join our community listserv. 

Global Collaboration Summer Camp (2019)

Through our new Global Partner Studio initiative, we are taking global collaboration to new levels through project-based learning, travel, and technology-supported communication. We look forward to engaging area youth through upcoming summer camps and programs. Check back for more details and be sure to join our community listserv for announcements and early registration information.


Inaugural GPS Institute

The Global Partner Studio (GPS) Institute, October 1-5, will feature partnerships from Ghana, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Jamaica. Join us to learn more about pedalogical innovation for student learning and community impacts.