Virtual Webinar Series: Preparing for Carnegie – Mar 1

Posted by Collaboratory on March 1, 2022

Our team at Collaboratory invites you to join us for the Launch of our Carnegie Webinar series on Tuesday, March 1, 2022, 2:00 pm, . Carnegie is purposefully a self-study process – and requires a thoughtful audit of your institution’s goals and the work being conducted across campus and beyond. The act of supporting data collection on community engagement is not just a means to an end (reporting / public relations) but is – at its core – an act of institutional change.

  • Dr. Emily Janke, National Review Committee Member, Carnegie’s Elective Community Engagement Classification
  • Dr. Marisol Morales, Executive Director, Carnegie Elective Classifications Central Office
Join Drs. Emily Janke and Marisol Morales, who will share:

  • An overview of the Elective Classification for Community Engagement, including what has changed since the last cycle
  • Motivations for and benefits of applying
  • Assessing campus readiness for both first-time and re-classification efforts
  • Logistics/timeline

This webinar is open to the public and there is no cost to register. If you are unable to attend, register and we will email you an on-demand video recording of the webinar following the session that you can watch whenever you want.


About the Series

This webinar officially kicks off Collaboratory’s Carnegie Series, which we have created to break down institutional silos and to provide freely accessible resources for dialogue and support. Join us each month as we introduce the 2024 Carnegie Elective Classification for Community Engagement and address a new section of the application, sequentially following the Carnegie framework. Whether applying for the first time or seeking reclassification, we will dive deeply into each question, examining the ways institutions are leveraging their data, spotlighting on-the-ground use cases, and exploring how to discover other data sources across campus.

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