Presentation available: Building Faculty for the Engaged Campus
Posted by on April 27, 2009
“Building Faculty for the Engaged Campus” Presentation Available Online
At this month’s Association of American Colleges & Universities Conference on Shaping Faculty Roles in a Time of Change, Faculty for the Engaged Campus Co-Director Lynn Blanchard and Evaluator Sherril Gelmon co-facilitated a session on “Building Faculty for the Engaged Campus.” To view or print the presentation in PDF format, visit: http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/pastpresentations.html
Faculty for the Engaged Campus is a national initiative of CCPH in partnership with the University of Minnesota and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that aims to strengthen community-engaged career paths in the academy by developing innovative competency-based models of faculty development, facilitating peer review and dissemination of products of community-engaged scholarship, and supporting community-engaged faculty through the promotion and tenure process. To learn about the Faculty for the Engaged Campus Initiative, click here.
To stay on top of the latest community-engaged scholarship (CES) news, conferences and funding opportunities, subscribe to CCPH’s CES listserv.
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