Designing and Documenting Community Engaged Teaching, Research/Creative Activities and Service Projects

Location: Faculty Commons – 116 Pearson Hall

“Universities that are not engaged with their communities in the 21st century will soon find themselves disengaged from any meaningful relevance to the citizenry of the United States” –C. Peter Magrath

Faculty and staff at the University of Delaware are the primary facilitators of engaged scholarship as they conduct their teaching, research/creative activities and service.

Please join us for a series of workshops where participants will create, implement and assess community engagement projects designed to contribute solutions to global challenges. These academic experiences will benefit faculty, students, and community partners. In addition, participants will receive resources and guidance in how to document community engaged scholarship for merit, promotion, and tenure dossiers.

Workshops will be led by Lynette Young Overby, Deputy Director of the Community Engagement Initiative and other engaged scholars.

November 14, 2019; 2:00 – 3:30PM – Introduction to Community Engaged Teaching, Research/Creative Activities and Service

At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will have knowledge about the benefits and challenges of engaged scholarship. They will be able to describe a disciplinary specific scholarly engagement project in teaching, research/creative activities and/or service. Following the workshop, interested participants will receive additional support for their projects.

January 8, 2020, 1:00 – 2:30PM – Creating and Implementing Community Engaged Curricular and Co-Curricular learning opportunities

The focus of this session will be on teaching and learning in curricular and co-curricular engagement. At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be ale to describe a disciplinary project with specific learning outcomes for students. Community partner collaborations and assessment strategies will be integrated in this workshop.

April 3, 2020, 2:00 – 3:30PM – Collaborating with Community Organizations for Research/Creative Activity projects

The third and final workshop will focus on community engaged research or creative activities. At the conclusion of this workshop, faculty will have a plan for the integration of community engagement in current or future disciplinary projects. Information will be shared about documentation of this work for merit, promotion, and tenure.

First Annual Provost Symposium on the Scholarship of Engagement

Date: March 5, 2020 | 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Location: Audion of the STAR Tower

Goal of the Conference: To inform faculty about engaged scholarship at the University of Delaware and have them gain knowledge about community engaged scholarship institutional support and exemplars through keynote presentations and specific workshops.

Faculty Award for Community Engagement

Last year, the first Annual University Faculty Award for Community Engagement was given to Roberta Golinkoff and April Veness. Please nominate a worthy faculty member to become the next recipient of this award.

Resources on Community Engagement for Faculty

Resources including information on Community Engagement organizations, engaged teaching and scholarship, and Promotion and Tenure materials are included on the Community Engagement Initiative website.

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