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Emergent Futures: State of the Field

Join Open Engagement September 13th-15th for three days of exchanges and social research. Spend the day at Duke University on Saturday, September 14th by taking part in workshops, screenings, dance, and more surrounding socially engaged work. Transportation will be provided from the Weatherspoon Art Museum to Duke’s campus.  The following … Continued

3rd Annual Community-Engaged Scholar Gathering

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Institute of Community and Economic Engagement is hosting the 3rd annual Community-Engaged Scholars Gathering on September 26th from 3:00-5:00pm at Greensboro Project Space. The purpose of this event is to convene UNCG faculty, staff, and administrators who are enacting or supporting community-engaged work. This year we will be celebrating over … Continued

CES Event Recap

On October 3rd, 2018 at the Greensboro Project Space, the Institute for Community and Economic Engagement held their Community-Engaged Scholars Gathering. During this event, 45 community members (faculty, staff, and administrators) learned about current community engagement initiatives including the P2 Grant Program, Faculty Fellows Learning Communities, Collaboratory ®, and had … Continued

Innovations in Planning for Better Community Housing and Health

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The Center for Housing and Community Studies at UNCG, together with the Richmond Memorial Health Foundation are hosting a symposium on Innovations in Planning for Better Community Health and Housing. It will be on Friday, June 1st from 8 AM to 5 PM.  Nonprofits, housing advocates, affordable housing providers, philanthropy, healthcare, … Continued

Collaboratory Workshops: Share Your Engagement Story!

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ICEE is using Collaboratory®, a publicly searchable, web-based database, for this year’s annual data collection. This tool helps us understand who, what, where, and how our faculty, staff, students and community partners are working together to align strengths with priorities for shared learning and mutual benefit. YOU are part of … Continued

Community-Engaged Narrative Methodologies


Friday, February 16, 2018 11:30am – 1:30pm | Luncheon in EUC Alexander Lunch Provide – Register Here Join Dr. Nick Longo, Dr. Bob Strack, and Dr. Chris Seitz for a lunch discussion about photovoice as a form of narrative methodology that is useful in research, community action, and teaching. This … Continued

Announcing 2018 ICEE Faculty Fellows


Congratulations to the four faculty members who have been selected as the 2018 ICEE Faculty Fellows! Each will facilitate a learning community beginning Spring 2018, in an effort to bring faculty, staff, administrators, students, and community members together around community-engaged topics. Keep a look out in the spring for more … Continued

Rethinking Community Conference at Wake Forest


Rethinking Community is a three-day conference hosted by the Eudaimonia Institute and the Pro Humanitate Institute of Wake Forest University. It is our response to a call by Provost Rogan Kersh, to convene our counterparts across higher education to grapple with the effects of living in a society more virtual, … Continued

Connecting To and Documenting Community-Engaged Scholarship

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UNCG supports community-engaged teaching, research, and service. Dr. Emily Janke, Director of the Institute for Community Engagement and Economic Engagement (ICEE), is offering three brown bags that will provide a brief overview of community engagement at UNCG. She will focus on best practices for identifying collaborators within the community, how … Continued