Call for Posters: 6th Global Service-Learning Summit, Deadline June 30
Posted by GlobalSL.org on May 7, 2019
Please join the only network exclusively dedicated to ethical, community-based global learning, The Globalsl Network, for its 6th Summit, November 3 – 5, 2019, at Clemson University. Poster presentations are now being accepted through the Call for Posters. Poster proposals will be evaluated according to the same themes sought in the Request for Proposals, as detailed in the Call for Posters. Posters will be included during networking sessions; presenters should anticipate engagement from colleagues who are deeply dedicated to the principles and practices of ethical, community-based global learning. The final submission deadline is June 30.
Scholarships are still available for community organizations and colleagues representing the Global South. Keynotes and plenaries will focus on Asset-based Local Engagement and Inclusive Community Building in the United States, On-Campus Organizing to Ensure Ethical Engagement in Health-Related Environments around the World, and The Praxis of Engineering: Theory and Value-Driven Practice. A full program is forthcoming; the overall schedule is available here. Early bird registration ($350) is available through July 15; be sure to book your accommodations and travel.
Founded nearly a decade ago, with the aim of improving quality in community-campus partnerships advanced in the name of global citizenship, The Globalsl Network now represents more than 15 institutions concerned with best practices and transformative outcomes. These institutions are small and large, including a broad diversity of higher education institutions and nonprofit partners.
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