Classroom in the City – Undergraduate Experiential Learning Fund
Through the generosity of the Open Society Foundation and the Rector’s Discretionary Fund, the CEU Undergraduate Program and Yehuda Elkana Center for Teaching, Learning, and Higher Education Research are pleased to announce the creation of the Classroom in the City program. The fund supports elements of experiential learning in undergraduate courses that connect students and their learning to the city of Vienna.
For questions about funding and administration, please contact Lydia Bolton in the Undergraduate Program. For teaching-related questions about experiential learning, please contact the Elkana Center at email@example.com.
Project Support from the Yehuda Elkana Center for Teaching, Learning, and Higher Education Research
Faculty teaching in the undergraduate program may choose to work with the Elkana Center through all phases of their experiential learning projects. In such cases, Elkana Center faculty are available to collaborate with individual faculty members to explore teaching ideas and challenges that interest applicants as they develop their project proposal; consult with interested faculty members and doctoral student project assistants as they develop their ideas into pilots and small-scale teaching innovations; and share feedback and research insights during the implementation of the projects and follow-up activities, including possible video documentation and analysis.