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ACPA Symposium on Service-Learning

ACPAACPA Symposium on Service-Learning
June 3 – 5, 2014 • Louisville, Kentucky

http://www.acpa.nche.edu/event/2014-symposium-service-learning

In the spirit of democracy and civic engagement, ACPA (American College Personnel Association) is hosting its 2nd Service-Learning Symposium immediately prior to the 2014 American Democracy Project/The Democracy Commitment national meeting.

This symposium will be an outstanding professional development opportunity as student affairs practitioners come together to discuss the ever-changing landscape of higher education and consider how colleges and universities are integral parts of their communities.  The focus of this symposium is on reciprocity and assessing the community engagement work that is done on campuses around the country.

Join the symposium to participate with other professionals and scholars who work specifically with the service-learning portion of our civic engagement work.  All are welcome to participate.

By participating in the symposium, attendees will:

  • Develop a common language for service-learning
  • Explore key elements of the fundamentals of service-learning
  • Exchange best practices
  • Connect with one another

Speakers will include:

  • Robert Bringle (Appalachian State University)
  • Thomas Dahan (Rutgers Camden)
  • Gayle Hilleke (Kentucky Campus Compact)
  • Harry Boyte (Center for Democracy & Citizenship)
    Plus others!

Register today! http://www.acpa.nche.edu/event/2014-symposium-service-learning
Please note that ADP National Meeting attendees can register at the ACPA member-rate for this Service-Learning Symposium.

Questions can be directed to Patrick Grayshaw: PatrickGrayshaw@missouristate.edu

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