Revolutionary Scholarship: Innovation of Community Engagement Models

Posted by International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement on August 17, 2015

Register Today for the IARSLCE 2015 Conference

Registration is underway for the 2015 Conference! This year’s annual research conference will be held November 16-18, 2015 in Boston and will visit the theme Revolutionary Scholarship: Innovation of Community Engagement Models. We are excited to bring researchers, teachers, students, and community members to Boston to reflect on the history of the field of service-learning and community engagement, while expanding the depth and breadth of the field to highlight cutting edge methods and practices. The conference will highlight the historical foundations of modern innovation to reveal how past research inspires original research questions and innovative methods to advance the field into the 21st Century.

The opening address will be delivered by Congressman Joe Kennedy. The keynote will be a panel discussion with the topic of Tradition Meets Innovation: The Past, Present, and Future of Community Engagement featuring Shelley Billig, Lorraine McIlrath, and Tania Mitchell and will be moderated by Dwight Giles.

In addition to a what is shaping up to be a fantastic program, there will be space for networking and affinity group discussion.

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

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