On January 17, 2020 The Nashman Center will be gathering all Community-Engaged Scholarship course instructors for a meeting to kick-off the semester right. Lunch will be provided!
We are looking forward to sharing a number of resources with you and discussing each others' new ideas, concerns, and questions. A few important conversations we'll have include:
- Your feedback on the new course, department, and school reports that our GWServes platform makes possible.
- Advice from the registrar on a number of ways to ensure students are aware your course will include community engagement.
- Changes to the Symposium for Community-Engaged Scholarship.
To register for this event click right here!
Hope to see you all there!
Faculty, TAs and GAs please join us for an online virtual tutorial about your course and how to register students on GWServes/givepulse. We will review how to see student hours, how to edit your class, how to find your community partners and ass to your page and how students add their impact hours. Weblink for each day will be sent out ahead of the sessions. Down below are the times and dates for the sessions. RSVP link down below.
January 10th at 10am
January 11th at 10am
January 14th at noon
January 15th at noon
RSVP by clicking here!
The 2020 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement (CLDE) Meeting brings together different members of the higher education field with the goal of ensuring all students graduate from their universities and colleges with the abilities to be informed and engaged citizens. The conference discusses ways to increase civic capacities: civic ethos, civic literacy and skill building, civic inquiry, civic action, and civic agency.
CLDE 2020 has opened their call for program proposals. It is asked that presentations focus on a question from the CLDE Theory of Change. Proposals will be accepted until January 31, 2020.
The CLDE 2020 will take place in Minneapolis, Minnesota from June 3-6, 2020. Find out more information here.
Campus Compact Indiana created ‘Best Practices in Assessing Community Engagement’ (BPACE) as a tool for educators and students that has brought together many different ideas and approaches to community engagement.
As a part of the online course ‘Civic Learning During College,’ participants will develop and implement an assessment plan, focused on how to incorporate a civic dimension to student learning. The course will help students understand how different civic outcomes apply to their work, what assessments work best and how to implement them.
This course is 100% online and involves no in person meetings or travelling. The deadline to enroll: November 29, 2019. For more information, click here.
On November 6th from 8-11:45am at the Newseum, the Atlantic and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University are hosting an upcoming event to discuss the role and implementation of civic education in our democracy.
Two of the main topics at the event will be ‘Is civics education a constitutional right’ and ‘can we fix democracy in the classroom?’ Speakers at the event include the presidents of Johns Hopkins University, Howard University, and Davidson College, as well as Ahmed Sesay, a recent high school graduate who is taking these ideas to court.
This event is open to both students and faculty. Click here for more information on the event and to find out how to register.