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Pathways to Community Engagement

November 4

Free

Pathways to Community Engagement: Integrating Community Engaged Scholarship into Faculty Identity

As part of its Mellon-funded¬†Scholarship in Action Initiative, College of the Holy Cross, in collaboration with Campus Compact, Clark University, Anna Maria College, and Worcester State University, is pleased to host “Pathways to Community Engagement: Integrating Community Engaged Scholarship into Faculty Identity”. This workshop will be part of a series of workshops that will examine the key dimensions of carrying out meaningful community-engaged research and creative projects. The first workshop will focus on the faculty dimension while later themes will explore community partnerships and institutional supports in forming and sustaining projects. The goal of the workshop will be both to familiarize and deepen our understanding of community-based research and to jumpstart the formation of research partnerships and projects in Worcester.

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Featured Speakers:

Welcome

Edward M. Augustus, Jr.
Worcester City Manager

Keynote Lecture

Timothy Eatman
Inaugural Dean, Honors Living-Learning Community at Rutgers University Newark & Former Co-Director of Imagining America

Moderated Panel
 Margaret Post, Moderator
Research Professor, Department of International Development, Community, and Environment

Laurie Ross
Department of Community Development & Planning, Clark University

Eric Batista
Worcester Youth Prevention Initiative, City of Worcester

Francisco Vivoni
Department of Sociology, Worcester State University

Domenica Perrone
Latino Education Institute, Worcester State University

Stephanie Yuhl
Department of History, College of the Holy Cross

Bill Wallace
Director, Worcester Historical Museum

Details

Date:
November 4
Cost:
Free

Venue

College of the Holy Cross
1 College St
Worcester, 01610 United States
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