Thursday, December 18, 2014

welcome to Indiana Campus Compact

For over 20 years, Indiana Campus Compact (ICC) has helped member institutions mobilize students state-wide to communities in need. In 2014, ICC supported over 13,000 individuals through grant programs, professional development opportunities, resources, and networking. Indiana Campus Compact was formed in 1993 as a formal compact between Indiana college and university presidents to commit themselves to their communities through service. ICC is the only organization in the state that works with public, independent, and two-year institutions of higher education.


Service Engagement Summit and 20th Anniversary Celebration Program Highlights

Program highlights include: Two pre-conference choices; program tracks for upper level administrators, faculty, staff, community partners, and students; an evening dinner program with awards and a founders panel; a panel of ICC student alums; and member presentations focusing on partnerships.

April 4, 2013:

Two Pre-Conference choices (9:00 am - 12:00 PM) –

Afternoon sessions (beginning at 1:15) featuring -

Evening Program (5:00 PM 8:00 PM)-

April 5, 2013:

Plenary presentations (9:30 AM - 12:00 PM)-

Afternoon sessions featuring (1:30 PM - 3:45 PM) -

Student track featuring:

Poster Presentations

  • Jeffrey T. Bryant -A Journey through Service-Learning in Cyprus: An International Case Study on Peacemaking
  • Kimberly Carballo and Alex Nelson-Roundabout Opera for Kids: serving and being served through arts outreach programming
  • Kuan Chen-The Development of Health Care Service -Learning Project for Project Management Course
  • Keh-Wen “Carin” Chuang-Analyzing and Designing Service Learning Project for Information System Course
  • Rebecca Deemer-Using Community-Based Learning to Alleviate Potential Curriculum Deficiencies
  • Victoria DeMan-Count Down to a Healthy Start: An Interdisciplinary Project
  • Timothy J. Demchak-Integration of case studies into class for the development of home exercise programs
  • Josey Dies, Faith Kellermeyer, and Sean Kershaw-Interpersonal Relationships in the Community:  Learning, Leading, & Serving
  • Mary Jane Eisenhauer and Laura Weaver-Measuring Ripples & Waves: Impact of Early Childhood Service-Learning
  • Douglas Harms-A Student-Led University Program to Address Local Digital Divide Issues
  • Heather Hicks-Neutropenic Diet, What is the evidence?
  • Denise Jordan- Community Health Fairs Promote Engagement and Civic Responsibility
  • Stephen Kirchhoff and Lucas Buchler-Indiana University School of Medicine Community Leadership Mentor Program
  • Grace Morken - That's What I Like About You
  • Nancy K. Mann and Dr. Deborah Poling-Interprofessional Education and Service Learning:  A case study
  • Lisa-Marie Napoli-Developing Campus-Community Partnerships and Creating Opportunities for Faculty and Students to Develop Democratic Deliberation Skills
  • Sharifa Salim-Universal Safety Precautions:  Meeting Required Interpreter Services in the Healthcare Setting
  • Maria Wright-Synthetic Drugs: Best Practices for the Implementation of a Middle-School Education/Prevention Program


  • Echoing Green
  • The Levinson Center
  • NobleHour
  • Lyon Software
  • John R. Gentry Jr. Documentary and Editorial Photography
  • The Art Press
  • PIP Printing and Marketing Services
  • Ice Miller LLP
INCampusCompact Special Edition eBrief
INCampusCompact New Partnership to Support Students in Social Ventures | President's Honor Roll | Members in Action | More
INCampusCompact How are you preparing students for a life of career and service. Call for proposals due 12/12/14
INCampusCompact Book sale December 9-31, 2014 - For each Charting the Course purchased at regular price, receive the THIN book free!
INCampusCompact Congratulations @MUNewsroom Marian University honored in each category of President's Higher Education Honor Roll!
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Indiana Campus Compact is grateful to Lilly Endowment Inc. for significant funding in support of programs, training,and resources for our member campuses that allow them to deepen their commitment to community engagement and service-learning.