8 lightbulbs glow against a wall. Each lightbulb's cord winds together to a central hub. A quote reads "We left the seminar with emotionally rich connections to our participants, as well as a newfound confidence in our roles as supportive student scholars."

Through the Eyes of a Student: Integration in Practice

Last year, we, as CEL Student Scholars, had the pleasure of attending the 2021 meeting of the (Re)Examining Conditions for Meaningful Learning Research Seminar, in which we dealt with imposter syndrome, budding relationships with participants, and developing our own body…

A student and a faculty stand in a classroom talking near an open laptop. "In WIL, it is important to recognize risk as a confounding variable that may be a contributing factor to stakeholder perceptions."

Assessing Risk in Work-Integrated Learning

What is WIL (Work-Integrated Learning)? Work-integrated learning (WIL) refers to student-centered internships, co-ops, field placements, and other experiences that connect classroom learning with real work experience, fostering personal and professional skills that are beneficial for career exploration and development. Though…

A large atrium with many windows, filled with students. A male student sits in the foreground, he wears an Elon sweatshirt and is looking down at a laptop."Creating interactive, inclusive content to engage students as they scroll through media feeds is vital to engage students and facilitate social connections."

Using Social Media to Support Student Peer Relationships

As academics from a large, modern UK university (Claire) and a medium-sized public US university (Mimi), we have been working with the Center for Engaged Learning as attendees in the (Re)Examining Meaningful Learning Experiences research seminar series for the last…