What is Engaged Scholarship? Find out here. Also explore a list of courses with an engaged scholarship component and grant opportunities for faculty and students.
Discover opportunities for involvement, leadership and employment, and the timeline to get engaged.
The Landis Center fosters college-community partnerships that contribute to the well-being of our local, regional, and global communities.
Prof. Lauren Myers brings a host of community-based research to new role as Landis Faculty Fellow.
Lafayette Votes!—a nonpartisan organization led by Landis Center for Community Engagement—hosted a socially distant watch party Sept. 29.
Landis Center student volunteers continue to give their time and energy to people and programs in Easton.
In an effort to maintain the health and safety of our students, community partners, and faculty and staff, the Landis Center has made the difficult decision to move all community engagement to a virtual space for the Fall 2020 semester. During this time, we will continue our mission of promoting active citizenship by providing opportunities for engaged scholarship, civic leadership, and social advocacy with our valuable community partners.
Campus updates regarding COVID-19 are available on the College’s COVID-19 Updates and Information page
Visit the Support Easton to learn how you can help support local business owners through the pandemic
Visit the COVID-19 Volunteer and Philanthropy Opportunities to find out how you can volunteer or donate