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Registration for the 2022 tour will open soon!

There is no cost to participate in the 2022 New Faculty Community Engagement Tour. If you need to cancel for any reason, we request that you do so within 48 hours of your scheduled tour to avoid the assessment of a $250 fee.

About the Tour

The Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to collaborate with the Division of Community Affairs and the Graduate School to host the third annual New Faculty Community Engagement Tour.

The New Faculty Community Engagement Tour will engage early career faculty and advanced graduate students in three day-long tours of West Alabama and the Alabama Black Belt. Travelers will have opportunities to develop innovative partnerships with community members and other campus researchers interested in community-based approaches to addressing community needs. Those who are involved in or interested in research that contributes to their discipline while making a positive impact on external stakeholders in our communities should participate.

DAY 1 Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Jasper | Walker County
First United Methodist Church

Carrolton | Pickens County
Carrolton Service Center

Northport | Tuscaloosa County
Northport Civic Center

DAY 2 Thursday, May 12, 2022

Eutaw | Greene County
Robert Young Community Center

York | Sumter County
Coleman Center for the Arts - PopStart Community Space

Greensboro | Hale County
Project Horseshoe Farm

DAY 3 Friday, May 13, 2022

Newbern | Perry County
West Perry Volunteer Fire Department

Thomasville | Clarke County
Thomasville Civic Center

Selma | Dallas County
Selma and Dallas County Public Library

Booklet Archives

The New Faculty Community Engagement Tour began in May 2017.
Click the links below to view the previous route booklets.