The Campus Compact Board of Directors announced today that Dr. Andrew Seligsohn has been appointed the next president of the organization, effective June 2014. He succeeds Maureen F. Curley who is retiring after serving in the role since 2006. Seligsohn currently serves as Associate Chancellor for Civic Engagement and Strategic Planning at Rutgers University–Camden.
As president, Seligsohn will oversee the nation's largest national organization dedicated to civic engagement in higher education. Campus Compact has more than 1,100 national and international member institutions with 34 state affiliates. Headquartered in Boston, Campus Compact has a long tradition of leadership in the field of civic engagement and an extensive, diverse network of Presidents, faculty and staff to sustain and support the community engagement efforts of our members.
2014 Service Engagement Summit presentations - we are in the process of gathering all of the presentations, but you will find most of them below.
21st Century Technologies:
- Cause for Change, Derrick Feldmann, Achieve
- New Technologies and Universities Promoting Public Service - Ernestine Fu, Sanford University
- You've Never Lived in Those Shoes: Facilitating Inclusivity on Campus and Beyond through Multimedia Stories - Liz Wuerffel, Allison Schuette, Caprice Balleweg, Christina Crawley, and Rebecca Werner, Valparaiso University
- Building Relationships and Aligning Engagement Strategies with K-12 Community Schools - Starla Officer and Monica Medina, IUPUI
- Expanding the Center: Writing Center Approaches to Community Literacy Integration - Mark Latta and Olivia Gehrich, Marian University
- Creating cohesion in the community: Setting the stage for multiple institutions of higher education to listen to communities together - Tina M. Kruger, Timothy J. Demchak, and Heather Dalton Miklozek, Indiana State University
- Education for Everyone: A Campus-Community Partnership Supporting Hispanic Families at Head Start - Chin-Sook Pak and , Jován Rodríguez López, Ball State University and Sherry Edwards, Transition Resources Corporation- download syllabus.
- The Community-Based Learning Coordinator Model: Celebrating 20 years of reciprocal and mutual campus-community partnerships - Annie Cahill Kelly, University of Notre Dame; Sam Centellas, La Casa de Amistad, Inc.; Peter J. Lombardo, Center for the Homless; Debra Stanley, AIDS Ministries/AIDS Assists; and Imani Unidad and Shelly Zabukovic, LOGAN Center
- Creating Intentional Learning Communities of Engaged Scholars - Doug Harms , DePauw University; Nathan Schaumleffel, Indiana StateUniversity; Mary Jane Eisenhauer, Purdue North Central; Tina Kruger, Indiana State University; Jennifer VanSickle, University of Indianapolis; and J.R. Jamison, Indiana Campus Compact
- Examining the effectiveness of student reflection: Considerations for your Service-Learning setting - Katie Stanton-Nichols, IUPUI
- Structure of Engagement: The Social Action Leadership Team - Grace Shemwell and Caleb Rollins, Valparaiso University
- A Way to be Human: From pondering to production, practicing campus microfinance - Peter Keon Woo, University of Notre Dame
- The Relationship Between Service Learning and Deep Learning - Tom Hahn and Julie Hatcher, IUPUI
- International Impact of Community College Undergraduate Research - Andrew Antonio and Jamille Palacios, Ivy Tech Community College Lafayette
Pre-Conference - Community Engagement in the Online Classroom- Craig DeForest, University of Southern Maine
What does community engagement look like on the 21st Century campus?
Join Ernestine Fu, Derrick Feldmann, Peter Woo, and Craig DeForest at the 2014 Service Engagement Summit to help you explore that question.