The Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research (CETR) will host the last Community Uncorked session for community-engaged faculty and community partners on Thursday, Feb. 26. This wine-and-cheese open house event will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. at the Murphy Building, located at 20 Chatham Square.
The Center for Catholic Intellectual Tradition is co-hosting the event, offering an opportunity for those interested in Spiritan pedagogy conversations to gather and build community before the semester’s end, said Director Darlene Weaver.
“We are so pleased by the success of the Uncorked events,” said Dr. Lina Dostilio, CETR director. “We developed the open houses as a way to build community amongst faculty and community partners who come from various disciplines and community foci. We’ve accomplished that and more.
“Uncorked has spun off teaching collaborations, wider participation in an ongoing writing group and even the beginnings of a community-engaged research project. We will definitely offer the Uncorked events next year.”