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Stetson High-Impact Team Roster

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Stetson University

DeLand, Florida


421 N Woodland Blvd., Unit 7244

Deland, FL 32723


Team led by Savannah-Jane Griffin                                          

Stetson High-Impact Team Roster                              


High-Impact Team Roster

Stetson University

DeLand, FL




Alicja Duda

Bonner Scholar


Crystal Elkins

Director of Marketing and Events for United Way Volusia Counties


Savannah-Jane Griffin

Associate Director of Community Engagement and Director of the Bonner Program



Lisa Hamilton

Executive Director of the Volusia-Flagler Country Coalition for the Homeless


David Hill

Associate Professor of Political Science


Ryan Rinaldo

Bonner Scholar


Tara Schuwerk

Assistant Professor of Integrative Health Science and Communication Studies


Kevin Winchell 

Assistant Director of Community Engagement 



Brief Report of Year One Strategic Plans


High-Impact Project #1


    • Name: Cultural Credit
    • Brief Description (Vision): 
    • HIP(s) involved:
    • HICEP(s) involved:
    • Learning Outcomes:
    • Community Capacity/Impact Outcomes:
    • Institutional Changes Desired:
    • Timeline Highlights:


High-Impact Project #2


    • Name: Service Learning
    • Brief Description (Vision):  Service Learning at Stetson is fully integrated into Stetson’s curriculum and culture. Faculty, students, and community partners work collaboratively to solve community issues.
    • HIP(s) involved: Service-learning, community-based research or learning courses (especially sequential) 
    • HICEP(s) involved:
      • Place (place-based learning, community context and assets
      • Humility (recognition of community knowledge, co-educator roles of partners, students, and faculty
      • Reflection (structured and unstructured oral, written, and innovative formats)
    • Learning Outcomes:
    • Community Capacity/Impact Outcomes:
    • Institutional Changes Desired:
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