Supports & Events

Upcoming Experiential Learning Events

A&S Experiential Learning (EL) Network: 2023–24 Series

Date & Time Event Details
January 26, 2024, 12-1 pm

Session #3: The Ethics & Intricacies of University-Community Partner Relations in the Global Context

A&S faculty members, course instructors, postdoctoral fellows, doctoral candidates, teaching assistants and staff across our tri-campus who have an interest in experiential learning are warmly invited to attend session #3 of our EL Network's 2023-24 Series.

Presenter: Professor Moussa Blimpo, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

Location: Experiential Learning Commons, 255 Beverley St. (southeast corner of Beverley & College Streets), 3rd floor. Remote participation is also possible. Zoom link will be sent 24-48 hours in advance.


March 20, 2024, 12-1 pm (to be confirmed)

Session #4: De-colonizing Experiential Learning



For questions or accommodation for this series, contact Experiential Learning Coordinator Teresa Simm at

Our Supports

Through our consultation process, we can support you through the funding, partnership and pedagogical considerations that are essential for providing safe, inclusive and engaging experiential learning opportunities.

  • Partnership outreach, maintenance and evaluation, including partners in the private, public and non-profit sectors
  • Administrative paperwork, risk mitigation and management
  • Alumni engagement and partner appreciation

Important Note: We invite faculty seeking support in developing partnerships for experiential learning opportunities to contact us for a consultation. We ask that faculty submit requests for partnership development support no later than four months before the course start date to ensure sufficient time for outreach activities.

  • Course and program design
  • Student assessment, reflection and evaluation
  • Student preparation and associated programming
  • Universal design and inclusion
  • Course and program evaluation
  • Assessment of unit-level experiential learning activities and program planning

Contact us to request a group workshop, student-focused training or departmental presentation about experiential learning.

As the Faculty continues to work towards its goal of expanding experiential learning (EL) opportunities for Arts & Science students, we are pleased to announce a pilot Experiential Learning Faculty Fellows Program. The pilot is supported by the Provost’s Experiential Learning University Fund.

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