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The Swearer Center



The Swearer Center is a community of scholars, students, practitioners and community members that work together to build on community strengths and address community challenges. Our work engages all as co-learners, co-teachers, co-actors and co-creators of knowledge and action. Through the creative capacities of our students, faculty and community partners we explore, build and implement collaborative and strategic projects, programs and initiatives. Our work yields transformative learning, and positive sustainable change, through collective action.

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Click here if you are a Bonner Community Fellow

Click here if you are a Social Innovation Fellow
Click here if you are a student in the Engaged Scholars Program

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