- Dr. Kathryn Berlin - A community model for inter-professional collaboration and service through a student run free clinic
- Donald Braid, Ph.D. - Civic Engagement in the Sciences: Lessons from the SENCER Model
- Carin Chuang - Emerging Soft Skills into Technology Education through Service Learning Project
- Jessica Compton - The CCSJ Food Pantry: Working Together to Provide Hunger Relief within a College Setting
- Kuan-Chou Chen - Integrating Service-learning in MBA Project Management Course: A Case Writing Approach
- Victoria DeMan (written as poster, but will do a full session) - Library Sprouts:Growing though books and play!
- Timothy J. Demchak - Collaboration between Indiana State University and Wabash Valley Health Center to Develop Rehabilitation Clinic and Exercise Program
- Marianna K. Foulkrod - Interdisciplinarity through International Service: How is shapes Higher Education?
- Michael Guebert - Preparing students for a career of service in Environmental Science: Building on community-engaged teaching, research and service with local, regional and international partners.
- Melissa "mel" Gruver - "This Diversity Thing" -- Addressing the Intercultural Needs of Students & Community
- Dr. M. Gail Hickey - Building Reflection in Service Learning: A Three-Stage Model
- Beth Huffman - Sustainable Design for Social Change in Swaziland
- Elizabeth M. Lynch (not an appropriate session for the Summit, but wanted it to be part of process for feedback) - Utilizing CollegeFish.org to Help Community College Students Successfully Transfer to a Four-Year College
- Vera Marinova - Models for Successful Service-Learning Experience - Books & Beyond: A Service-Learning Project
- Heather Dalton Miklozek - Keep Calm and Develop On: Strategies and Best Practices used by Indiana State University Professional Development Sessions
- Dr. Monica Medina - Diversity and Learning Informed by First-Year Teachers-In-Training's Field Experience in an Urban School
- Kristin Norris – Critically Reflective Digital Storytelling for Evidence of Civic Learning
- Kristin Norris – Civic Mentoring Relationships: Implications Student Development of Civic-Mindedness
- Sherrie Steiner - Diverse Non-Profit Board Membership as Venue for Offering Student Support
- Ellen Szarleta - Building Knowledge through Collaboration: What do high school students and small business owners have in common?
- Kelly Woolf - LEAD360: ENGAGING AND ACTIVATING THE COUNTRY TO POWER SOCIAL CHANGE - DRIVEN BY INNOVATIVE IDEAS OF AMERICA’S YOUTH
- Virginia Young - Preparing dental students for their career and lifetime of service: A model of community partnership with dental students to provide a free dental clinic
Campus Compact president Andrew Seligsohn announced that the annual membership survey is now open and will remain open until January 5, 2015.
Each member campus has designated a Community Service Director to be the staff liaison to Indiana Campus Compact. Those liaisons received the announcement from Dr. Seligsohn and will be the contact person for the survey on each campus. We will be following up with everyone who received a survey link. Although there is only one contact person per campus, multiple offices will need to provide data for the most accurate campus portrait.
Cooperate - Advancing your nonprofit organization's mission through college & community partnerships: A guide for nonprofit leaders
Presented by Indiana Campus Compact faculty fellows and edited by Dr. Nathan A. Schaumleffel, this how-to guide aims to assist nonprofit organizations in creating beneficial partnerships that will increase their resources—thus making it easier for them to implement their plans and achieve their mission and strategic objectives.
End of the year bargain from Indiana Campus Compact Publications - Buy Charting the Course and get the THIN Book for free!
Not familiar with these volumes? Both of the books were written by Indiana Campus Compact Faculty Fellows and provide essential tools for faculty in service-learning. The THIN Book is for faculty new to service-learning and Charting the Course is for more experienced faculty, though both books are indispensable additions to any library.
Conference Registration Scholarships of up to $1,000.00 are available to students, professional staff, and faculty members presenting at scholarly conferences. Presentations should relate to the Indiana Campus Compact's mission to support higher education's effort to develop students into well-informed, engaged citizens and to serve as a catalyst for campuses and communities to improve people's lives through service-learning and civic engagement initiatives. Preference will be given to proposals that are a direct result of an ICC sponsored event or grant funding.