It is with great pleasure that I share Indiana Campus Compact's 2012-2013 annual report with you.
We recognize that our work happens on campuses and in communities far beyond our office every day because of support from people like you. As you will see in this year's report, the support that five Indiana Campus Compact staff members provided to 42 member campuses last year, created a ripple effect that impacted nearly 60,000 community members in Indiana.
Indiana Campus Compact is pleased to present our 2011-2012 Annual Report. Inside, you will find reflections on our two decades of connecting campuses with communities from founders and early supporters of our work along with visions for the future.
It is with great pleasure that we present the 2010-2011 Indiana Campus Compact Annual Report.
The words below reflect those that our members used most often in telling their stories for the 2010-2011 Annual Report.
The past year has been an exciting and energizing year for Indiana Campus Compact and our members. The good work that faculty, staff, students, and their community partners have been part of on their campuses and with their communities is nothing short of amazing. Keeping in mind that the true measure of success for any organization is the impact it makes on its constituents, we are honored to present a collection of stories, as told by our members, which reflect the results of Indiana Campus Compact’s resources and support for our members.
In this report, you will find the facts and figures that quantify our work; however, more importantly, you also will find personal accounts of meaningful programs and projects which have had lasting effects on Indiana communities. From a student’s changing view of her world to a faculty member’s creation of a sustainable community partnership, you will read how committed Indiana Campus Compact members are to their work in service engagement. Each account is an example of how, with Indiana Campus Compact’s support, communities across the state of Indiana have benefited from the passion and dedication of a growing number of partnerships between university and college members and their community partners.
Last year, Indiana Campus Compact supported over 30,000 individuals through our programs and resources. During that same time period, students on Indiana Campus Compact member campuses served more than 9 million hours, contributing nearly $200 million dollars worth of support to our communities. While those figures are impressive on their own, it’s the stories of change, creation, and sustainability that are a true testament to Indiana Campus Compact and its members’ work.
We encourage you to read the Annual Report and learn more about the various ways faculty, staff, and students have been engaged with their communities. We also invite you to stay in touch by visiting our redeveloped webpage at www.indianacampuscompact.org where you can sign up to be a part of our listserv and receive a handful of emails throughout the year highlighting exciting work by our member campuses.
Thank you for your continued support of Indiana Campus Compact. We look forward to engaging with you in the future.
Maggie Stevens Ed.D
- About ICC
The Advisory Council (AC) consists of 8 members. These members are selected by the current Advisory Council Chair and the ICC staff to serve terms beginning June 1st and ending May 31st.
The Advisory Council consists of one faculty member, and one Community Service Director (CSD) from each of the following institutional types: Public – Large, Public – Small, Independent, and Community College. A "public large" institution is a campus with an FTE of 9000 students or more. A “public small" institution is a campus with an FTE of less than 9000 students. In addition to representing each institution type and constituency group, Advisory Council members will be selected based on experiences and knowledge of the field of service and civic engagement, as well as their ability to provide leadership and skill sets to the Networking Council and the ICC staff.
2010-2011 Advisory Council members:
- Roger Bingham (Chair), Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana - Columbus
- Jeff Bryant, Director of Phylis Lan Lin School of Social Work, University of Indianapolis
- Terri Jablonski-Polk, Dean, School of Education and School of Public and Social Services, Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana - Central Indiana
- Ronald Kovach, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Purdue University Calumet
- Andrew Libby, Assistant Director, Office of Service-Learning, Indiana University Bloomington
- Nancy Marthakis, Assistant Professor of Biology, Purdue University North Central
- Stephanie Moran (Chair Elect), Director of the Community Partnership Center, Anderson University
- Kathy Smith, Associate Director of Student Life, Ball State University
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*Chair - Jerrilee Mosier, Chancellor, Ivy Tech Community College Northeast
*Past Chair - James Moseley, President, Franklin College
*Chair Elect - Linda Bennett, President, University of Southern Indiana
Host Campus - Charles Bantz, Chancellor, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
At Large Independent - Mark Heckler, President, Valparaiso University
At Large/Two Year - John Whikehart, Chancellor, Ivy Tech Community College, Bloomington
At Large - Four Year Public - William Lowe, Chancellor, Indiana University Northwest
ICC Advisory Council Chair - Stephanie Moran, Director of Community Partnership Center, Anderson University
At Large - Marie Morris, Provost, Anderson University
At large - Kay Bales, Vice President of Student Affairs, Ball State University
Ex Officio - Maggie Stevens, Executive Director, Indiana Campus Compact
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