Cultivating Community in Contested Spaces – Jun 2,3
Posted by Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania on March 8, 2022
The Community-based Global Learning Collaborative just launched the registration information for the Collaborative Institute at Cornell University, June 2nd and 3rd.
Through a partnership with the Collaborative, NYPACC members have an opportunity to attend at the discounted rate of $300 (a $150 discount). More information on the institute appears at the link and below. To attend at the discount rate, on the registration page, carefully follow these instructions:
- Click “Register.”
- BEFORE clicking “Checkout,” click, “Enter Promo Code.”
- In Promo Code box, enter, “NYPACC,” then click, “Apply.”
Institutes are intentionally small-cohort experiences, so register soon to secure your space in the 2022 Collaborative Institute Community.
Why the Collaborative Institute?
- Consider, reaffirm, and reimagine best practices in community-based global learning
- Learn from leading edge program models advancing community-based, ethical engagement, at home and abroad
- Apply insights and critical reflection to your own institution, context, and/or program model, workshopping with supportive colleagues
- Connect and co-create with individuals dedicated to advancing ethical, critical, aspirationally decolonial community-based learning and research for more just, inclusive, sustainable communities
- Experience and consider specific local spaces (including Ithaca), communities, and histories in the context of global and transnational thinking toward more just, inclusive, and sustainable futures
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