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Professional Development: CFP for IUPUI’s 2015 Assessment Institute

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

 

Consider submitting a proposal to the 2015 Assessment Institute in Indianapolis October 25 – 27, 2015. There will be special tracks for community engagement and HIPs, as well as two pre-institute sessions on assessing community-engaged activities. Please consider submitting a proposal by March 15.

To submit a proposal, go to: http://www.planning.iupui.edu/ai.

For more information, please consult our website:  http://www.assessmentinstitute.iupui.edu or contact us at:
Phone:  (317) 274-4111; Fax: (317) 274-4651
Email:  planning@iupui.edu

We will feature special track plenary sessions and workshops emphasizing assessment in:

  • Community Engagement – Coordinators: Julie Hatcher and Kristin Norris, IUPUI
  • ePortfolios – Coordinators:  Susan Kahn and Susan Scott, IUPUI
  • Faculty Development -Coordinator:   Megan Palmer, IUPUI
  • Global Learning – Coordinators:  Gil Latz, IUPUI; and Darla Deardorff, Duke University
  • Graduate/Graduate Professional Education – Coordinators:  Sherry Jimenez and Sarah Zahl, Marian University; and NaShara Mitchell, IUPUI
  • High Impact Practices (First-Year, Learning Communities, Service Learning, Capstones, etc.) – Coordinators:  Sarah Baker, Julie Hatcher, Kristin Norris, and Jennifer Thorington-Springer, IUPUI
  • Student Affairs Programs and Services – Coordinators:  Zebulun Davenport, IUPUI; and Katie Busby, Tulane University

In addition, we will present SESSIONS WITH NATIONAL ASSESSMENT LEADERS, a poster session, and additional learning opportunities emphasizing:

  • Accreditation
  • Assessment in General Education
  • Assessment in All Major Fields
  • Assessment Methods
  • Assessment in Community Colleges
  • Institution-Wide Data Collection/Use
  • Use of Technologies in Assessment
KEYNOTE PANEL: Thomas A. Angelo, Queens University of Charlotte; Trudy W. Banta, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis; Peter T. Ewell, National Center for Higher Education Management Systems; George D. Kuh, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment; Jeffrey A. Seybert, Higher Education Consultant

Society for Values in Higher Education: Call for Papers

society for values in higher education

The Society for Values in Higher Education invites all faculty, staff, and students associated with the American Democracy Project to our 91st annual meeting at Western Kentucky University. The meeting will be July 22-25, 2015.

Our theme this year is Working Together? Collaboration and the Future of Higher Education. We are looking for insightful, innovative, and constructive proposals (either individual papers or panel presentations) to our Call for Papers.

The Annual Meeting of SVHE is a discussion-focused event that builds time for collaborative conversation. To learn more about our meeting, visit us at http://www.svhe.org/upcomingmeeting.html.

If you have any questions or want further information, contact Eric Bain-Selbo at bain-selbo@svhe.org. The Call for Papers can be accessed at http://www.svhe.org/papers.html. Proposals are due April 15.

2014 Lynton Colloquium on the Scholarship of Engagement is September 15

 NERCHE

 

2014 Lynton Colloquium on the Scholarship of Engagement
The Next Generation of Engaged Scholarship: Make Your Voice Heard

September 15, 2014  ~  8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
University of Massachusetts Boston, Campus Center Ballroom

REGISTER NOW!

Hosted by NERCHE and the Center for Engaged Democracy (CED) at Merrimack College, the 3rd Annual Lynton Colloquium will launch a new research initiative that aims to identify key issues in the field of civic and community engagement and to sponsor research “working groups” around each of these issues. Grounded in the work of NERCHE’s Next Generation Engagement project and the CED’s focus on academic programs in civic engagement, the Lynton Colloquium will foster sustained and systematic investigations and documented outcomes that will support deeper understandings of and clearer actions around such issues.

The Colloquium will be guided by a series of questions that encourage participants to think toward what matters in the field: What is imperative to investigate, discuss, and solve? If you could drive the research agenda for the civic engagement field for the next five years, what would you focus on? At the heart, we will be asking, “What matters to you?”

To help determine the focus of the 2014 Lynton Colloquium–and to assess and map out a research agenda for the field of community engaged scholarship–participants are asked to complete the following survey by September 10, 2014 :

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2014lyntoncolloquium

Participants’ contributions to the survey will be aggregated and used to frame the content of the Colloquium and to help identify at least five research priorities for the coming academic year

The Colloquium will feature presentations and discussions that highlight the top reoccurring research priority areas identified by the above survey. Participants will then further prioritize these research areas and potentially form research working groups to carry out the research in 2014-2015. The results of these working groups will be presented at the 2015 Lynton Colloquium. NERCHE and CED hope to help support this work (in small, yet-to-be-determined ways).

The Colloquium continues to be inspired by Ernest Lynton’s framing of faculty scholarly activity as inclusive and collaborative work in which academics and community partners share knowledge and expertise in the process of public problem solving. Be a part of this change. We are excited for the Lynton Colloquium to provide this space for collective and collaborative inquiry and we look forward to your participation!

Colloquium Panelists:

 

Andrew Furco (joining remotely)
Associate Professor, Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development
Associate Vice President for Public Engagement, Office for Public Engagement
University of Minnesota
Emily Janke (joining remotely)
Associate Professor, Peace and Conflict Studies
Director, Institute for Community & Economic Engagement
University of North Carolina Greensboro
Tania Mitchell (joining remotely)
Assistant Professor, Postsecondary Teaching and Learning
University of Minnesota
KerryAnn O’Meara (joining remotely)
Associate Professor, Higher Education
Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education
University of Maryland, College Park
John Reiff (joining in person)
Director, Civic Engagement & Service-Learning
Senior Lecturer
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Morning and afternoon panels moderated by the Lynton Colloquium Program Chair:Elaine Ward
Assistant Professor of Education, Higher Education, Merrimack College 2014-2015, Visiting Scholar, NERCHE

 

Colloquium Schedule:

8:30 – 10:00 AM: Registration and Continental Breakfast
10:00 – 10:15: Welcome and Opening Comments:With introductory remarks by:

  1. Keith Motley, Chancellor, University of Massachusetts Boston

Michael Middleton, Dean, College of Education and Human Development,
University of Massachusetts Boston

10:15 – 10:30: Framing of the Day:
What are the critical issues in Community Engaged Scholarship?
10:30 – 11:45: Critical Issues Framed by Field Experts
12:00 – 1:15 PM: Keynote Luncheon:Presentation of the 2014 Ernest A. Lynton Award to:Jomella Watson-Thompson
Assistant Professor of Applied Behavioral Science and Associate Director for the Work Group for Community Health and DevelopmentUniversity of KansasKeynote Address by Dr. Watson-Thompson

 

With introductory remarks and Award bestowal by

Dwight E. Giles Jr.

Professor, College of Education and Human Development

University of Massachusetts Boston

 

1:20 – 3:30: Critical Issues in the Field:
Dialogue and Deliberation on Priority Issues, 2014-2015
3:30 – 4:00: Closing Remarks

Registration Information

To register for the Annual Lynton Colloquium, please proceed to the online registration page.

There are a limited number of graduate-student scholarships available on a first-come, first-served basis.  Please contact NERCHE if you are interested in receiving a scholarship.

For information about overnight accommodations, please click here.

2014 – 2015 Civic Learning & Engagement Conferences and Events

2014 – 2015
Civic Learning and Engagement Conferences & Events

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SEPTEMBER

September 15
NERCHE’s 2014 Lynton Colloquium on the Scholarship of Engagement
University of Massachusetts, Boston | Boston
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/3rd-annual-lynton-colloquium-on-the-scholarship-of-engagement-tickets-11916214719

September 17
Constitution Day
http://www.aascu.org/programs/adp/constitutionday/

September 28
National Voter Registration Day
http://www.nationalvoterregistrationday.org/
September 27 & 28
Citizen Alum Institute
University of Minnesota | Minneapolis MN
http://www.citizenalum.org/save-the-date-2014-citizen-alum-minnesota-institute-927-928/

September 28 & 29
ADP/TDC/MNCC Minnesota Civic Summit
Realizing the Civic Mission of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
St. Cloud State University | St. Cloud, Minnesota
http://www.aascu.org/meetings/adptdcregional14/

September 29–October 1
2014 International Association for Research on Service-Learning & Community Engagement Conference
“Reaping What We Sow: Growing a Culture of Community Engagement”
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
http://www.researchslce.org/conferences/

 

OCTOBER

October 2 & 3
2014 Campus Compact Heartland Conference
Lincoln, NE
http://associations.missouristate.edu/heartland

October 5–7
2014 CUMU (Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities) Conference
“Universities as Anchor Institutions: Driving Change”
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
http://www.cumuonline.org/conference/index.aspx

October 5–9
15th Annual Engagement Scholarship Consortium Conference
“Rewarding Community-Engaged Scholarship: Transforming University Policies and Practices”
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta Canada
http://engagedscholarship.ca/news_events/save-the-date-15th-annual-engagement-scholarship-consortium-conference-oct-5-9-2014/

October 9–11
2014 Imagining America Conference
“Organizing. Culture. Change.”
Atlanta, GA
http://imaginingamerica.org/convenings/national-conference/

October 10
2014 National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC)
“Connect. Empower. Act.”
American University, Washington, DC
http://www.ncoc.net/conference

October 15–17
4th Annual Eastern Region Campus Compact conference
Jacksonville, FL
http://ercompact.org/

October 17–19
National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation national meeting
“Democracy for the Next Generation”
Washington, DC
http://ncdd.org/events/ncdd2014

 

NOVEMBER

November 4
Election Day
http://www.aascu.org/programs/ADP/resources/voting/

November 6 & 7
ADP’s 2014 Global Challenges Institute
Educating Globally Competent Citizens
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

http://www.aascu.org/meetings/globalchallenges14/

November 18
Anchor Institutions Task Force annual conference
Chicago, IL
http://www.margainc.com/initiatives/aitf/2014_aitf_conference_agenda


JANUARY

January 19
Martin Luther King Jr. National Day of Service
http://www.mlkday.gov | http://www.aascu.org/programs/ADP/MLKDay/

January 20–22
2015 Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL) – Scholarship of Teaching and Engagement (SoTE) Conference
“Reaching the Summit: Explorations in Meaningful Learning Through Community”
Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah
https://www.hetl.org/events/2015-hetl-sote-utah-conference/

 

FEBRUARY

February 17–18
NC Campus Compact’s 2015 Civic Engagement Institute and PACE Conference
“A Common Agenda, Collective Impact: Campus, Community, Compact”
Elon Unversity | Elon, NC
http://www.elon.edu/e-web/org/nccc/confMeet-civEngageInst.xhtml
http://www.elon.edu/e-web/org/nccc/confMeet-PACE.xhtml

February 19–22
2015 IMPACT Conference
Loyola Marymount University | Los Angeles, CA
http://www.impactconference.org/

 

MARCH

March 11–13
Gulf-South Summit
“Building Bridges between Education and Engagement”
University of Arkansas at Little Rock | Little Rock, AR
http://www.gulfsouthsummit.org/

 

APRIL

April 8–11
2015 National Service-Learning Conference
Washington, D.C.
http://www.nylc.org/national-service-learning-conference

 

JUNE

June 4–6
ADP/TDC National Meeting
Stewardship of Place: A Civic Mission of Higher Education
New Orleans, Louisiana

 

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