Deadlines Approaching: International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE)

Posted:March 11, 2014

Two deadlines are fast approaching for the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSCLE)!

IARSLCE 2014 Conference Submissions

March 21st is the deadline to submit an abstract to present at IARSCLE’s 2014 conference: Reaping What We Sow: Growing a Culture of Community Engagement. This conference will be held at Tulane University in New Orleans, Lousiana, from September 29th-October 1st, 2014. Barbara Moely and Vicki Mayer are conference program co-chairs.

More information, including the detailed call for proposals and submission instructions, is available at the conference website here

Also from IARSLCE:
Call for Applications: Editor

International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 28, 2014 

The International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) is seeking applications for the position of Editor of the journal, The International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement(IJRSLCE). IJRSLCE is a peer-reviewed, annual, online journal dedicated to the publication of high quality research focused on service-learning, community-campus engagement and the promotion of active and effective citizenship through education. An important aim of IJRSLCE is to reflect the diversity of topics of research on service-learning and community engagement, as well as the variety of forms of scholarship, research methodologies, and educational settings associated with these fields.  

The current editors of IJRSLCE, Cathy Burack and Alan Melchior, will be stepping down following the publication of the 2014 (second) issue of the journal. This call relates to potential editors for the 2015 issue and beyond.  IARSLCE wishes to thank Cathy and Alan for their outstanding work in launching IJRSLCE and serving as inaugural editors.
For more details, please click here.

The challenge of tenure and promotion procedures should not be permitted to unduly limit the growth of the movement for community-university engagement in Canada. A dialogue for action on this issue should be launched and sustained until this obstacle is permanently removed.*