Professional Development

Service-Learning at Brock

Professional Development

The Service-Learning Resource Centre offers a variety of workshops and "brown bag lunch" sessions throughout the academic year open to both the Brock and local community.  These are intended for everyone to participate in - from those engaged in service-learning to those just looking to learn more. 


Service-Learning Incentive Grant Workshop

Please join us to learn more about the Service-Learning Course Incentive Grant

Hear recipients of prior Service-Learning Course Incentive Grants share their experiences with service-learning as well as the grant application process and spend time sharing and developing your own ideas as you consider a grant application.

Thursday, April 10th

12:00-1:00pm in TH253


Service-Learning Brown Bag Lunch Series Winter 2014

Please feel free to bring your lunch and join in the learning and discussion at the following sessions offered from 12:00-1:00pm:


Thursday, January 30 - TH 253

Service-Learning in Communication, Pop Culture & Film

Presenters: Marian Bredin & Penni Lafleur

Director, Academic Administrator respectively Communication, Popular Culture and Film


Thursday, February 13 - TH 253

Service-Learning in Concurrent Education - Drama

Presenter: Debra McLaughlan

Professor, Teacher Education


Wednesday, March 5 - WH 204

Service-Learning with International Graduate Business Students

Presenters: Victoria Steele & Gillian Kemp

Graduate Recruitment Officer and Relationship Manager respectively,  Goodman School of Business



Thursday, March 20 - TH 253

Collaborative Service-Learning: I-EQUIP

Presenter: Madelyn Law

Associate Professor, Community Health Sciences


Click here to view the PDF file of the Winter 2014 Brown Bag Series and here for shared resources from the Service-Learning Brown Bag Lunch sessions.

If you are interested in hearing about a particular topic related to service-learning, or hosting a lunch session, please contact Sandy at to express interest.


Graphic recording - the scholarship of teaching and learning

Credit for the above graphic: Giulia Forsythe, Centre for Pedigogical Innovation