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Resources

Service Engagement Summit 2.0 Participant Resources

Thank you for attending the Indiana Campus Compact Service Engagement Summit 2.0! On this resource page you’ll find presentations, presenter resources, recommended reading, and a .pdf of the final program.

You will have access to this page until May 31, 2012.

 

Recommended Reading

Final Program

An Analysis of Partnerships in Civic Engagement and Service Learning - Bob Bringle, Executive Director, Center for Service and Learning, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

Building Partnerships for Public and Community Service: Effective and Responsible Community Engagement Strategy in a Time of Social Media - Jeremy M. Goldberg and Jelena Hasbrouck Graduate Students, University of San Francisco.

Higher Education as Changemakers: The Emergence of Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship as Tools for Learning, Service, and Frameworks for Life, Jeff Snell, Special Advisor to the President of Marquette University.

Countdown to a Healthy Start: An Interdisciplinary Service-Learning Project - Mary Jane Eisenhauer, Assistant Professor, Early Childhood Education, and Angela Schooley, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Purdue University North Central.

College Students Serving Their Community with Online Tutoring (indylearn.org) - Nathan Mott, Director of Indy Learning Centers, IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology, Tamara Manson, staff member Indy Learning Centers, Jennifer Chrispell, staff member Indy Learning Centers, and Katrin Moeseler, staff member, Indy Learning Centers.

Designing Civic Engagement Programs to Produce Civic-Minded Graduates- Mary Price, Service Learning Specialist, Center for Service and Learning, Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis. Handouts CMG Interview Protocol, CMG Interview Rubric, CMG Narrative Prompt, CMG Narrative Rubric, CMG Scale.

The Engaged Millennial - Jon Bausman, Digital Marketing Strategist for Fusion Alliance.

Improving the Quality and Consistency of Your Service-Learning Program, Roger Bingham, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Cathy Woodward, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Ivy Tech Community College Columbus/Franklin.

Inter-campus Faculty Partnerships to Develop Interactive Online Training Modules for Service-Learning Students -J.R. Jamison, M.A., Associate Director, Indiana Campus Compact, Nancy Marthakis, D.O., Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, Purdue University North Central Talia Bugel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Spanish, IPFW, Tim Demchak, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation, Indiana State University, Jospeter Mbuba, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Public Policy & Criminal Justice, IPFW, Marilyn McElwain, M.F.A., Instructor of Art & Design, University of Indianapolis, and Nathan Schaumleffel, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Recreation & Nonprofit Leadership, Indiana State University.

Indiana State University's Curricular Engagement Inventory - Catherine Paterson, PhD, AT, Faculty Fellow, Center for Community Engagement & Associate Professor, Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation and Nancy Rogers, PhD, Associate Vice President for Community Engagement and Experiential Learning Director of Center for Community Engagement; Indiana State University.

Interinstitutional Collaboration to Benefit Local 6th Grade Students - Roger Bingham, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Ivy Tech Community College Columbus/Franklin and Marsha VanNahmen, Interim Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Indiana University - Purdue University Columbus.

Keynote Address:   Where am I Wearing: A Global Tour to the Factories, Places, and People That Make Our Clothes, Kelsey Timmerman, author.

“One and Done” No More! Service-Learning Models for Sustaining Academic-Community Partnerships for Health - Catherine Crandell, Assistant Professor & Associate Director of Clinical Education and Gina Pariser, PT, PhD, Associate Professor, Bellarmine University.

Practical Application: A Journey Through International Service-Learning in Cyprus 2011 - Marianna Foulkrod, Director, Community Programs Center, The University of Indianapolis, Jeff Bryant, Director of Social Work Program, University of Indianapolis.

Practical Technologies for Community Engagement That You Can Start Using Today! John Hamerlinck, Associate Director of Minnesota Campus Compact and Coordinator of the Center for Digital Civic Engagement.

Redefining Diversity: Pre-service Teachers Confronting Issues of Sexuality, Race/Ethnicity and Socio-Economic Status Through Service Learning - Paul Miller, Associate Professor, Purdue University North Central, Erin Mikulec, Assistant Professor, Illinois State University, and Tony Douglass, Undergraduate Student, Purdue University North Central.

Re-envisioning Academic Culture Toward the Acceptance of Community Engagement – Senior Administrators Share Their Story, C. Jack Maynard, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Nancy Rogers, Associate Vice President for Community Engagement and Experiential Learning, Indiana State University; Carol S. Sternberger, Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Development and Samantha S. Birk, Associate Director for Instructional Technologies, Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

Technology for a Connected, Personal, Creative, Open and Relevant Education, John Hamerlinck, Associate Director of Minnesota Campus Compact and Coordinator of the Center for Digital Civic Engagement.

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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.