Community & Friends

2009-2010 Speaker Series

Building on Our Successes as a Community-Engaged University: Creating a Culture of Engagement

Saltmarsh_HeadshotJohn Saltmarsh, Ph.D. (Bio)

Director, New England Resource Center for Higher Education (NERCHE), University of Massachuse!s – Boston
January 6, 2010

Now that UNCG is a Carnegie Classified Community-Engaged Campus, what supports are needed to institutionalize community engagement? Beyond programs and structures, institutionalization requires establishing a culture of engagement. “is session will consider strategies for supporting a culture in which engaged scholarship, teaching, and learning can thrive at UNCG.

Institutional Strategies for Supporting Community-Engaged Scholarship

Driscoll_headshotAmy Driscoll, Ph.D.

Consulting Scholar, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
February 16 & 17, 2010

Keynote address, workshops, and meetings will address faculty roles and rewards, including promotion and tenure criteria, policies, and processes.

 

 

 

Supporting Scholarly Community-Engaged Faculty

patti_headshotPatti Clayton, Ph. D. (bio)

Consultant, PHC Ventures and Senior Scholar at Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis
March 18 & 19, 2010
UNCG Faculty Center

Keynote address, workshops, and meetings will address faculty professional development, graduate education, and early career faculty

 

 

The 2009-2010 Community Engagement Speaker Series is sponsored by the UNCG Office of Leadership & Service-Learning, Office of the Provost, Faculty Senate, Office of Research & Economic Development, and the Teaching and Learning Center