Posted:June 13, 2013
The goals of Advancing Community-Engaged Scholarship: Knowledge, Tools, Resources & Relationships, a pre-conference session at CU Expo 2013, were to connect scholars, professional staff and academic administrators with knowledge, tools, resources and relationships that can help them to advance community-engaged scholarship in their work and in their institutions by both leveraging existing systems and working toward transformational change.
The session agenda provides full details of activities and panel speakers.
Available slides from session presentations are:
- Introduction, Context & Conclusions – by Sarena Seifer, CCPH, CES Partnership & CES4Health
- Broadening the Bandwidth on Impact: Tenure & Promotion as a Community-Engaged Scholar – by Robb Travers, Wilfred Laurier University
- Recognizing & Rewarding Community-Engaged Scholarship” – by Patricia Elliott, University of Regina & CES Partnership
- Universities Without Walls: A Model for Developing Community-Engaged Scholars – by Zack Marshall, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Notes from roundtable discussions are being transcribed and will be posted on this page.