|Conference||Location||Conference Date||Call for Papers|
|5th Annual Connecting Campuses with Communities Events: Service Learning Institute and Research Academy||Indianapolis, IN||May 13-15, 2013:
May 15-17, 2013:
|Applications to participate due March 1, 2013|
|CU Expo 2013 Engaging Shared Worlds||Corner Brook, Newfoundland||June 12-15, 2013||Due Nov. 15|
|AJCU Commitment To Justice Conference 2013:
On Fire at the Frontiers
|August 1-4, 2013|
Service Learning Institute
May 13-15, 2013
- Increase the number of high quality service learning courses
- Share promising practices and generate new ideas
- Enhance reflection, assessment, and partnerships in service learning classes
- Build a network of service learning practitioners
- Design courses for well-integrated service learning
- Create and assess learning outcomes
- Develop meaningful reflection activities
- Collaborate with community partners as co-educators
Intended Audience: Community engaged scholars or practitioners who implement or support service learning curriculum design.
May 15-17, 2013
- Strengthen research on service learning and community engagement
- Advance the scholarship of teaching and learning
- Provide consultation and feedback on research ideas
- Build a network of service learning scholars
- Integrate curricula and research
- Develop measurement approaches
- Design theory-based research questions
- Write research proposals and manuscripts
Intended Audience: Community engaged scholars or practitioners who undertake research or support research on service learning.
June 12-15, 2013
Corner Brook, Newfoundland
How can engagement between communities and universities lead to positive transformation and change?
This theme will investigate facilitating the transition to action. The theme asks, what is needed to support mobilizing communities for positive change?
How can communities and universities engage in teaching, research, and knowledge mobilization?
This theme will explore the engagement of communities and universities in the production, dissemination, validation and use of knowledge. It will identify and share good practices of community-engaged scholarship and its measurement and rewards.
How do we broaden participation in transformation and knowledge creation?
This theme will explore tools such as deliberative dialogue, participatory communications and other approaches for engaging diverse voices to achieve a true democracy of knowledge.
August 1-4, 2013
Creighton University, Ohio
The aim of the conference is to establish a fuller and more humane conversation among all of the people who encounter one another at any point along any frontier. The conference thus focuses specifically on contact points where all the dimensions of work in higher education engage with someone, something, or someplace else, whether the specific borderlands are geographical, cultural, environmental, historical, spiritual, religious, or social. And in the process, even in asymmetrical encounters, mutual transformation becomes possible.
People from every area of AJCU schools are welcome: practitioners, researchers and theorists ...