New England Resource Center for Higher Education (NERCHE) Webinars on Civic Engagement

 

 

The Carnegie Foundation Elective Community Engagement Classification: Strategies and Approaches for Documenting Engagement

This webinar is intended for campuses that are applying for the 2015 Elective Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The goal of this session will be to assist campuses in making a strong case for classification by providing strategies for gathering and presenting evidence of institutional engagement.

 

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Civic Learning Outcomes that Matter: In the Workplace and in Public Life

This webinar will examine why contemporary redefinitions of civic learning outcomes are so necessary to integrate as an expected dimension of college for every student today, whatever the specialization. Drawing on the findings in the national report A Crucible Moment: College Learning and Democracy's Future, this webinar will highlight outcomes identified as crucial elements of civic learning, especially in a diverse democracy and in an interdependent world.

 

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Academic Personnel Review and Engagement

As increasing numbers of college and universities renew their focus on addressing society’s most compelling issues through civic engagement, they must recognize and reward the engaged work of their faculty. This webinar will consider how colleges and universities can integrate faculty engagement in academic-review processes and emphasizes the importance of expanding institutions’ understanding of the traditional review categories of research, teaching, and service to reflect achievements and successes in the area of public engagement.

 

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