Content with Topics : Civic Learning & Democratic Engagement

Compacts Receive Davis Foundation Grant

Campus Compact for Southern New England (CCSNE), in partnership with Maine Campus Compact (MCC), and New Hampshire Campus Compact (NHCC), has been awarded a $228,996 grant from the Davis Educational Foundation to support curricular innovation and environmental stewardship. The Campuses for Environmental Stewardship (CES) program will train college faculty from 16 baccalaureate degree-granting colleges and universities in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island to develop and deliver courses which partner with community organizations to address pressing issues such as environmental stewardship and STEM education. Through this three-year initiative, over 60 faculty members working in multi-disciplinary teams from 16…

Recommitting to Our Compact: Blog by President Don Farish

As you are all aware, the state-based chapters of Campus Compact in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut merged into a single organization on 1 July 2017. This transition was underway for more than a year, and accomplishing the merger took a lot of work and an abundance of good will. While the formation of Campus Compact for Southern New England better positions the Compact to achieve its critical mission, it also occurs at a unique point of in the history of higher education.We all understand that campus priorities change over time, and most of us remain under very serious budget…