Faculty & Staff
Experiential education at Kent State University is a form of engaged learning that
combines theory and coursework with practical experiences.
Experiential Learning Requirements (ELR) - Faculty
Faculty members have numerous options to facilitate student completion of the ELR. A faculty member’s choice of ELR curricular options may vary depending on learning objectives, desired depth of engagement (for themselves and students), as well as their academic and research interests.
Faculty Resources & Support
Below is a set of documents that will serve as a guide to developing course-based, non-course, and engagement activities.
Experiential Instructional Mini-Grant
The Engaged Experiential Education Instructional Mini-Grant will award TT/NTT faculty members from any discipline to support the following:
- a new course-based experiential learning project or the enhancement of an existing one
- a new community-based research project or the evaluation of an existing initiative
- faculty teaching newly designated Experiential Learning Requirement (ELR) courses, core courses, and those focused on research, scholarly, and creative activities are especially encouraged to apply
A list of available forms for faculty and students