International Service-Learning Research Conference

Posted by International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement on July 31, 2017

Don’t Forget to Register for the IARSLCE 2017 Conference

Registration continues for the 2017 Conference! This year’s annual research conference will be held September 14-16, 2017 in Galway, Ireland and will visit the theme Gateways- Charting New Territories & Forging Authentic Relationships.

For all things conference – including the link to register, hotel information and more, please visit our conference website.

Spotlight On Pre-Conference Sessions

If you are looking to get a jumpstart on learning at the 2017 conference, we are offering a variety of preconference sessions on the morning of Thursday, September 14, which is the day that the conference begins. Preconference sessions are not included in regular registration and are $70.

Newly added to the preconference lineup and back by popular demand…The Practitioner-Scholars Forum!

The Practitioner-Scholars Forum (PSF) offers a dialogue and development space for community engagement professionals who see IARSLCE as a critical venue through which practitioners activate their scholarship and scholarly identities. The collaborative space session will provide participants with an opportunity to explore scholarly approaches to various practitioner areas.

To learn more about all the outstanding pre-conference sessions being offered this year, please visit our conference website.

Looking for the Schedule of Conference Presentations?

If you are looking for this year’s presentation schedule, the wait is almost over! We are putting the finishing touches on the program and cannot wait to share it! Please be on the lookout for a notification on or before July 31, which is when we are planning to upload the tentative schedule.

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