Faculty & Staff Engagement
The SCCE is pleased to present the videos from the Justice and Environment Symposium
organized by the SCCE Faculty Fellow, Dr. Christina Jackson
Pastor John Norwood, Nanticoke Lenni Lenape tribal nation
Meghan Hurley, CATA farmworkers collective
Jocelyn Sawyer, food and water watch
Amanda Devecka- Rinear, New Jersey Organizing Project
Melissa Miles, Ironbound Community Corporation
Scholarship of Engagement Professional Development Series
on Community Engagement and Civic Action
Session 1: “Integrating Community Engagement: Scholarship"
Presented by Dr. Victoria Schindler, PhD
Session 2: "Integrating Community Engagement: Teaching"
Presented by Dr. Christina Jackson, PhD
Session 3: "Integrating Community Engagement: Civic Action"
Presented by Dr. Daniel Tomé, EdD
Scholarship of Engagement Videos
The SCCE, in collaboration with Dr. Doug Harvey from the Institute for Faculty Development, Dr. Chelsea Tracy-Bronson from the School of Education, and Tucker Rowlinson from E-Learning collaborated with several faculty and staff members who have done scholarship of engagement to create these six professional development videos highlighting the scholarship of engagement work that faculty and staff members have done. We hope that these videos will guide you in your engagement in the local, state, and international community!
The SCCE would like to thank the following faculty and staff members for their support and participation in the videos:
- Dr. Victoria Schindler
- Dr. Tara Crowell
- Dr. Marissa Levy
- Dr. Christina Jackson
- Dr. Jessie K. Finch
- Dr. Diane Falk
- Dr. Meg White
- Emari DiGiorgio
- Dr. Amy Situ-Liu
- Dr. Chelsea Tracy-Bronson
- Linda Dotts
- Dr. Dave Burdick
- Dr. Arnaldo Cordero-Roman
- Daniel Tomé
- Dr. Mary Lou Galantino
- Dr. Mary Kientz
- Dr. Tara Luke
The SCCE supports faculty, staff, and students who are interested in exploring engagement projects by helping them move their ideas from concept to reality. Click the link below to learn how the SCCE can help you!
The Stockton Center for Community Engagement supports students in faculty-initiated community-engaged research* in keeping with the educational philosophy and mission of Stockton and the Stockton Center for Community Engagement. A one-time fellowship award for $250.00 is provided to a student contingent upon available funds.
Students who meet the following criteria are eligible for funds under this program:
- Enrolled full or part time as an undergraduate or graduate student at Stockton during the semesters immediately preceding and immediately following the time in which the funds will be utilized.
- Successfully completed 32 academic credits prior to funds being utilized.
- In good academic standing as defined by a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
- Students who were recruited by a faculty member and approved by the Executive Director of the Stockton Center for Community Engagement to participate in the community-engaged project in coordination with the faculty member and in keeping with the educational philosophy and mission of Stockton and the Stockton Center for Community Engagement.
- The faculty member provided a description of the project including student’s responsibilities to the Executive Director of the Stockton Center for Community Engagement.
- Selected a project of a type that can be completed within an academic year and break period and the semester following the break period, i.e., Winter Break/Spring Semester or Summer Break/Fall Semester.
The faculty member is expected to provide a report to the Executive Director of the Stockton Center for Community Engagement describing the outcome of the project at the end of the academic year in which the stipend is provided.
Please email Dr. Merydawilda Colón at Merydawilda.Colon@stockton.edu for more information.
- Crowell, T. (2016) Understanding patients' process to use medical marijuana: A southern new jersey community engagement project. Journal of Patient Experience. (3)1-7. doi: 10.1177/23743735166670002
- (Spring, 2015). Shelly Meyers from the School of Education shares the Community Partnership Report based on her work with Drs. Susan Cydis and Priti Haria at Pleasantville Middle School.
- (Spring, 2015). Marissa Levy from our Criminal Justice Program partners with Atlantic Prevention Resources in Pleasantville to conduct program evaluation.
- (2014). Barr, Jennifer, Vito, Marilyn & Holtzman, Diane. Adopt-a-Town: An Innovative Model for Revitalizing Communities Impacted by Hurricane Sandy. Fall 2014 International Conference and Proceedings of the Academy of Business Research.
- (2013). Barr, Jennifer, Busler, Michael. Service-Learning in a marketing research
course: The benefits that accrue to students. Journal of Modern Education Review, 3(9), 655-664.
- (2013). Galantino, M., Callens, M., Cardena, G., Piela, N., Mao, J., Tai Chi for Well-being of Breast Cancer Survivors With Aromatase Inhibitor-associated Arthralgias: A Feasibility Study. Alternative Therapies, 19.6.
- (2012). Galantino, M., Green, L., Marsico, R., et al. Safety and feasibility of modified chair-yoga on functional outcome among elderly at risk for falls.IJOY International Journal of Yoga, 5(2), 146-150.
- (2012). Forrest, B., Kosick, P., Vogel, J. & Wu, C. Increasing Math Proficiency in High School Teaching: A Model for a College and Community Partnership. The Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education, 2, 47-71.