Thank you for participating in the 5th Annual Service Engagement Summit! If you did not get a chance to fill out evaluations at the Summit, we ask that you take a moment to do so now. Your opinion matters and we will take your suggestions and comments into consideration in planning our next Summit.
You will also links to Summit presentations for your reference. These resources will be available until June 30, 2015.
Thursday, March 26, 2015 Presentations:
Keynote Address: Moments of Boldness: Three Decisions you can make that will Change the World and Accelerate your Post-College Career. Conor Grennan, Dean of MBA Students at NYU Stern Business School, Author of Little Princes, and founder of Next Generation Nepal
- A Community Model for Inter-professional Collaboration and Service Through a Student-run Free Clinic. Kathyrn Berlin, Haleigh Laughlin, Alicia Canas, and Kelly Hall, Indiana State University
- Building Knowledge through Collaboration: Co-creating Lives of Service and Careers through University Partnerships with Business and Secondary Education. Ellen Szarleta, Indiana University Northwest
- Building Reflection in Service Learning: A Three-Stage Model. M. Gail Hickey, IPFW
- Civic Engagement in the Sciences: Lessons from the SENCER Model. Donald Braid, Butler University, Tina Kruger, Indiana State University, Michael Guebert, Taylor University, and Joe Kirsch, Butler University
- Connecting Students for Career Success and Community Impact: IUPUI RISE & Butler Advance. Jay Howard and Gina Davis, Butler University and Julie Hatcher, IUPUI
- Preparing Dental Students for Their Career and Lifetime of Service: A model of community partnership with dental students to provide a free dental clinic. Virginia Young and Laura Albrecht, IUPUI
- Sustainable Design for Social Change in Swaziland. Beth Huffman, Mandalyn Adams and Rachel Ogorek, IUPUI
- The CCSJ Food Pantry: Working Together to Provide Hunger Relief within a College Setting. Jessica Compton and Diane Bailey, Calumet College of Saint Joseph
Friday, March 27, 2015 Presentations:
Keynote Address: Social Innovation at the Intersection of Education, Enterprise and the Charitable Sectors: Why -- and How -- Educators and Students Are Poised to Lead Lasting Positive Change. Jeff Snell, Founder, Midwest Social Innovation and co-founder Midwest Consortium for Social Innovation
- Civic Mentoring Relationships: Implications Student Development of Civic-Mindedness. Kristin Norris, IUPUI
- Collaboration between Indiana State University and Wabash Valley Health Center to Develop Rehabilitation Clinic and Exercise Program. Timothy Demchak and Tricia Pierce, Indiana State University
- Diverse Non-Profit Board Membership as Venue for Offering Student Support. Sherrie Steiner, IPFW
- Diversity and Learning Informed by First-Year Teachers-In-Training's Field Experience in an Urban School. Monica Medina and Erik Shaver, IUPUI
- Emerging Soft Skills into Technology Education through Service Learning Project. Carin Chuang, Purdue University North Central
- Keep Calm and Develop On: Strategies and Best Practices used by Indiana State University Professional Development Sessions. Heather Dalton Miklozek, Jessica Starr, and Jennifer Christian, Indiana State University
- Interdisciplinarity through International Service: How it shapes Higher Education. Marianna Foulkrod and Gerburg Garmann, University of Indianapolis
- Integrating Service-learning in MBA Project Management Course: A Case Writing Approach. Kuan-Chou Chen, Purdue University Calumet
- Library Sprouts: Growing though books and play! Victoria DeMan, Purdue University North Central
- Models for Successful Service-Learning Experience - Books & Beyond: A Service-Learning Project. Vera Marinova, Indiana University
- Preparing Students for a Career of Service in Environmental Science: Building on community-engaged teaching, research and service with local, regional and international partners. Michael Guebert, Taylor University
- Social Entrepreneurship Round Table: Pick the Brains of Those Who are in the Business of Doing Good. Ann Wilson, Impact Venture Center, Pete Brown, Piggyback App, Graham Brown, United State of Indiana, and Kelsey Timmerman and J.R. Jamison, The Facing Project
- Social Entrepreneurship: What It Is, What It Looks Like, and What it can be—Hoosier Based Stories of Successful Social Ventures. Ann Wilson, Impact Venture Center, Pete Brown, Piggyback App, Graham Brown, United State of Indiana, and Kelsey Timmerman and J.R. Jamison, The Facing Project
- This Diversity Thing -- Addressing the Intercultural Needs of Students & Community. Melissa Gruver, Purdue University and Vanessa Pacheco, IUPUI
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.
Start your semester off with a service engagement plan and the tools you need to implement it. You'll find links to programs such as events and grants in the letter below from Indiana Campus Compact Interim Executive Director J.R. Jamison.
Dear Members and Friends:
The year 2015 is here! Can you believe it? According to the 1989 blockbuster Back to the Future II, we should be wearing self-lacing sneakers and riding around on hover boards. But we’re not. Unless a group of really amazing students, faculty, and a few tech partners release prototypes in the next 12 months. And I can’t promise any of that (or likely fund it, either, unless it’s a service engagement project). What I can promise, though, is an exciting spring semester full of adventures (no hover boards needed) on behalf of all of us—including you—who make up the Compact.
Apply by Friday, February 13, 2015. Indiana Campus Compact (ICC) is a consortium of college and university presidents and chancellors in the State of Indiana who have made a collective and public commitment for their campuses to be engaged in and with their communities in mutually meaningful ways. The organization works as an agent of change on behalf of its member campuses to advance citizenship and service as critical components of the higher learning experience by providing programs and services to enhance the civic missions of colleges and universities. ICC represents a unique state-wide higher education network in Indiana that embraces public, private, four-year and two-year colleges and universities that has developed longstanding member and foundation relationships.