Success is more about what you do while you are in college and less about what college you attend. A recent study showed that the most successful students are those who participate in undergraduate experiences such as internships, undergraduate research, and service learning. These engaged learning opportunities allow students to take what they learn in the classroom and apply it to the real world. Through internships, undergraduate research, and service learning, students also gain unparalleled opportunities to hone their critical thinking and communication skills. More importantly, these opportunities pay dividends for students well beyond graduation. At Kennesaw State, we believe that doing is the key to learning, which is why we are focused on increasing the number of engaged learning opportunities and giving more students the chance to learn by doing.
CETL Faculty Fellow for Reflective Practice in Learning!
As part of their efforst to support the IAE program, CETL is looking for a faculty fellow who can help build workshops and other materials to help KSU understand and implement all the best practices in reflective learning that align with the IAE work. If you are interested or you know someone who is interested, CETL is an excellent environment to develop your skills and make meaningful impact on KSU. Please read the details and submit your application by Oct. 18th here: