Summer 2020 Faculty Workshop Series
All workshops will be on WebEx at https://gwu.webex.com/meet/wagnerw, and will be recorded. See below for links to previously recorded workshops and panels.
Advocacy as Community Engaged Scholarship
Tuesday, August 4, 3:30-4:30pm
This WebEx workshop will feature a panel of faculty, staff and a community leader, describing course-based approaches to advocacy. Panelists and participants will discuss their own considerations and concerns, as well as those posed in the community engaged scholarship literature.
- Maurice Cook, Founder of Serve Your City
- Sean Cleary, Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
- Jonah Lewis, The Nashman Center’s GW Votes team
- Imani Cheers, SMPA Associate Director, Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs
Virtual Direct Community Engaged Scholarship Courses
Tuesday, August 11, 3:30-4:30pm
Students CAN continue to do direct service with the community this fall. This WebEx workshop will engage faculty in sharing their new approaches to virtual direct service. The Nashman Center staff will share information about local organizations who are prepared to welcome virtual student service this fall.
Facilitating Critical Reflection on Service
Tuesday, August 18, 3:30-4:30pm
This WebEx workshop will present techniques and facilitate mutual sharing about approaches to critical reflection on service experiences in our current course contexts: virtual discussions, in-class writing, assignment design, feedback, and evaluation rubrics.
GWServes Review: Administering your course page and maximizing platform options
Tuesday, August 25, 3:30-4:30pm
GWServes is the Nashman Center’s online platform for information sharing on all things related to community engagement. This WebEx will be an active workshop, walking course instructors through their own course pages and demonstrating how to make the most of the GWServes platform for communications and data gathering on student engagement with the community.
Adapting Courses to Distance Service: Lessons from the eService-Learning Literature. Presentation Slides
Tuesday, June 23rd 10-11:30am
Service-Learning during a Pandemic? Yes! Presentation slides and recording
Tuesday July 7th, 3:30-4:30pm
Presented for the CCAS Undergraduate Studies Faculty Workshop Series