A series of webinars to encourage member dialogue about impact, assessment and the connection between civic engagement and emergent trends
Cost: $50 for members/webinar, $100 for non-member/webinar
The Engaged Campus: Linking Civic Engagement and Social Entrepreneurism
Thursday, February 14, 2013
2:00 -3:00 PM EDT
Dr. Thomas Schnaubelt, Executive Director, Haas Center for Public Service, Stanford University
Jacqueline Smith, J.D., Advisor to the President for Social Embeddedness and Executive Director, University Initiatives, Arizona State University
This webinar will explore connections between civic engagement and social entrepreneurism and focus on areas for strategic alignment. How are institutions linking these efforts? Are there focus areas for greatest impact? What are the resources for connecting social entrepreneurism and civic engagement activities?
The Engaged Campus: Linking Student and Academic Affairs
Thursday, March 21, 2013
2:00 – 3:00 PM EDT
Dr. Juan Franco, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Interim Executive Director, Nebraska Campus Compact
Ms. Linda Major, Director, Center for Civic Engagement, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dr. Nancy Mitchell, Director, Undergraduate Education, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
This webinar will involve participants in a discussion about creating partnerships between student and academic affairs in civic engagement strategies. Drawing on the perspectives of presenters from both student and academic affairs, we will share examples of successful models, opportunities for collaboration and the outcomes of greater alignment.
Webinars can be viewed multiple times.
The Engaged Campus: Approaches to Measuring Community Impact (60 minutes)
Dr. Barbara Holland, Higher Education Researcher and Consultant
Engaged Learning Economies: Linking Civic Engagement and Economic Development
Dr. Amanda Wittman, Director of Academic and Strategic Initiatives, Campus Compact
Ms. Terah Crews, University Innovation Fellow, Arizona State University