Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement (PACE) Conference – Feb 13
Posted by North Carolina Campus Compact on January 15, 2019
Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement (PACE) Conference
February 13, 2019, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC
Registration Deadline: January 25, 2019
2019 marks the 21st year of North Carolina Campus Compact’s annual conference for community engagement faculty, staff, researchers, community partners, and graduate students who want to gain skills, knowledge and best practice models for a spectrum of community and civic engagement pedagogies and activities.
The morning keynote speaker is Dr. John B. King, president and CEO of The Education Trust. King served in President Barack Obama’s cabinet as the 10th U.S. Secretary of Education. The afternoon keynote speaker is Dr. Adam Gismondi, Director of Impact for the Institute for Democracy and Higher Education (IDHE).
The conference also includes 24 workshops. A sampling of workshop titles:
- Service after the Storm: Best Practices for Engaged Disaster Response
- Building a Partnership: The Process of Campus-Community Collaboration
- Confronting mis-educative service-learning: training students for engaging with communities
- Impact Beyond the Impact Factor: How Researchers Can Inform Policy
- Rural Poverty and the Opioid Epidemic
- Going Deeper: Using Issue Guides to Deepen Conversations and Engagement
- Beyond Phase One: Networking and Extending Racial Equity Consciousness
- Democracy as Pedagogy: Designing Learning Experiences for Civic Engagement
- Infusing Civic Identity Development in the Major: A Faculty Led Initiative
- What do alumni say? The impact of undergraduate service programming
- Developing, implementing, and evaluating a multi-unit community-engaged grant program
- Athletes for Good: Benefits and Challenges of Student-Athlete Civic Engagement
- Connecting Graduate Students with Community Partners
- Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) – Shared Power and Partnerships, Sustained Change
- Asset-Based Approaches to Theological Education and Community Engagement
- Building capacity for community engagement through faculty-led learning communities
- Food for Thought: A multi-partner approach to addressing food insecurity
Registration is $125 pp (Campus Compact members)/$150 pp (for non-members).
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