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Filmmaker Documents Artists With Disability
In his campus office, documentary filmmaker James Hollenbaugh, last fall’s artist-in-residence at Franklin & Marshall College, discusses his artists with disability project that exhibits in March. “They’re all untrained artists; we call them ‘outsider artists,’" he said. "They’re doing some incredible work and have great stories—about overcoming...Filmmaker Documents Artists With Disability
NEW - Community Leadership Award - Call for Applications Spring 2023
The CSEwL’s Community Leadership Award supports the leadership development of individuals in Lancaster County. Three awards during an academic semester will be granted to community leaders for the implementation of four-month long projects focused on alleviating community issues and maximize impact on all members of our diverse community.Apply Here!
F&M's CSEwL's Research Spotlight
Learn how F&M faculty partner with the Lancaster community to bring theory to practice in short but informative podcast episodes.Podcast Episodes
Community Leadership Award. Second Cohort of community leaders awarded
CSEwL is excited to announce the second group of local recipients of its Community Leadership Award—Isaac Etter, Dr. Sharee Livingston, and Witt Welch. They will each receive funding for implementation of a self-designed four-month-long project focused on alleviating local issues and maximizing the impact on all members of our diverse community.Learn more
COVID-19 Impact in Lancaster County
“It is very important that Lancaster County residents take these surveys. We want to be sure that everyone is represented. Responses will be completely confidential and no individual responses will be shared with anyone.” Kevin Ressler, United Way of Lancaster County President and CEOCOVID-19 Assessment in Lancaster County
Meet the Leadership Team
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Using models of engaged scholarship, CSEwL’s research projects and programs will regenerate the intellectual and social capital essential for a thriving Lancaster that sustains justice, equity, and communal well-being across all sectors.
CSEwL’s governance will also reflect and promote the values of engaged research, undertaken in a spirit of reciprocity, respect, and the cultivation of democratic values.
History and Background
CSEwL aims to bring "theory to practice" to transform both the institution and the larger community in which it resides.Learn more about CSEwL
Our Advisory Board
- Tracy Cutler, Executive Vice President at the Lancaster County Community Foundation
- Heidi Leitzke, Director at the Eckert Art Gallery, Millersville University
- Willonda McCloud, President and CEO at Bright Side Opportunities Center
- Douglas Smith, Bureau Chief of Community Planning & Design, City of Lancaster, PA