Colloquium on High-Impact Community Engagement Practices

Connecting Campuses with Communities is now the Colloquium on High-Impact Community Engagement Practices and the entire week is getting a face-lift for 2019! This year Indiana Campus Compact is adding an additional two-day seminar, the Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar, specifically focused on critical community engagement practices and how to intentionally integrate these practices into your courses.

All aspects of the Colloquium on High-Impact Community Engagement Practices experience are developed and scaffolded to increase your knowledge and further enhance your engaged scholarship. Additionally, we are working to create a space where faculty, community engagement professionals, graduate students, and community partners can learn, grow, and interact with one another, while building a network of engaged scholars.

The 2019 Colloquium on High-Impact Community Engagement Practices will take place May 6 – 10, 2019 and be held on the IUPUI campus in Indianapolis, Indiana. Participants can choose to attend one or two of the following professional development opportunities:

For more information, contact Laura Weaver, Director of Programs and Member Development at weaverla {at} iupui(.)edu.

Monday – Tuesday, May 6 – 7, 2019  |  IUPUI Campus, Indianapolis, Indiana


The Service-Learning Institute focuses on the basics of curricular course design and co-curricular program design, as well as introduce participants to the concept of high-impact community engaged practices as conceptualized by Hoy and Johnson (2013). The Institute offers tracks allowing for individuals focused on curricular course design or co-curricular program design to dive deeply into those principles, while participants who are responsible for supporting others who are implementing community-engaged work to think about how to best design programs that can nurture a supportive culture for community engagement.

The Service-Learning Institute has been designed for:

  • Faculty interested in designing new service-learning (or high-impact community engaged) course or gaining strategies to improve the quality of their existing community engaged-course.
  • Community engagement professionals who are looking to create or improve an existing department or campus-based faculty development program, and who want to build community-campus partnerships.
  • Graduate students who are interested in incorporating community engaged pedagogy into their future work, and those enrolled in higher education / student affairs administration graduate programs and interested in community partnership work.

Institute Objectives:

  • To increase the number of high quality high-impact community engagement experiences courses
  • To share promising practices and generate new ideas
  • To enhance reflection, assessment, and partnerships in curricular and co-curricular high-impact community engagement experiences
  • To build a network of engaged scholars and practitioners

Institute Topics:

  • Introduction to high-impact community engagement practices (Hoy & Johnson, 2013)
  • Designing both curricular and co-curricular high-impact community engagement experiences
  • Creating and assessing learning outcomes connected to community-based experiences
  • Developing meaningful reflection activities
  • Developing authentic community-campus partnerships
  • Exploring models to support those who are implementing community-based work

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Wednesday – Thursday, May 8 – 9, 2019  |  IUPUI Campus, Indianapolis, Indiana


The Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar will focus on the intersection between community engagement, high-impact practices, and critical theory and practice. Sessions will cover the work of scholars such as Tania Mitchell (2008), Adrian Hoy and Matthew Johnson (2013), and Margaret Post, Elaine Ward, Nicholas Longo, and John Saltmarsh (2016). The has been designed for those who have been implementing either curricular or co-curricular community engagement teaching and learning practices and are now looking to further develop these experiences by applying a more critical lens in partnership with their community partner. Sessions will allow faculty, community engagement professions, institutional chief engagement officers, graduate students, and community partners to discuss topics of power and privilege, race, gender, and ethnic inequities, and community-university relationships in a space of open dialogue.

The Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar has been specifically designed for:

  • Faculty interested in incorporating critical community engagement, community-based research, or other high-impact community engaged practices into their existing community-engaged courses.
  • Community engagement professionals who specialize in providing campus-wide faculty development, work to build authentic community-campus partnerships, and administer campus-wide community engagement efforts.
  • Graduate students who are familiar with critical theory and how it intersects with community engagement and are interested in what to further their future community-campus engagement and scholarly work.

Institute Objectives:

  • To build the knowledge of and around critical community engagement
  • To share promising practices and generate new ideas in the area of critical community engagement and community-engaged research
  • To enhance reflection, assessment, and partnerships in critical community engagement and community-engaged research
  • To build a network of publicly scholars

Institute Topics:

  • Introduction to high-impact community engagement practices (Hoy & Johnson, 2013)
  • Exploration and discussion of critical community engagement and publicly scholars
  • Designing critical community engagement experiences
  • Designing community-engaged research
  • Nurturing authentic community-campus partnerships
  • Disseminating your engaged scholarship
  • Exploring models to support those who are implementing critical community engagement and community-engaged research
  • Exploring models to further a campus culture for community engagement

2019 Colloquium on High-Impact Community Engagement Practices Registration Rates

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Campus Compact Partner Institution and Community Partner/Community Member Rates

Individuals attending either the Service-Learning Institute OR the Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar $325 per person per session
Individuals attending the Service-Learning Institute AND the Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar
($50 off the double session rate)
$600 per person
Individuals from an institution / organization where 3 or more individuals will be attending a combination of either the Service-Learning Institute OR the Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar
($50 off the individual session rate)
NOTE: You will need to list the colleagues from your institution / organization that will also be in attendance. If 3 or more individuals from your institution / organization do not register, you will be invoiced for the regular Campus Compact Partner Rate.
$275 per person per session
Individuals from an institution / organization where 3 or more individuals will be attending BOTH the Service-Learning Institute AND the Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar
($50 off the individual session rate)
NOTE: You will need to list the colleagues from your institution / organization that will also be in attendance. If 3 or more individuals from your institution / organization do not register for BOTH the Service-Learning Institute AND the Critically-Engaged Teaching Institute, you will be invoiced for the regular Campus Compact Partner Rate.
$550 per person

 

Non-Campus Compact Partner Institution Rates

Individuals attending either the Service-Learning Institute OR the Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar $500 per person per session
Individuals attending the Service-Learning Institute AND the Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar
($100 off the double session rate)
$900 per person

 

Registration Payments

Payments are required at the time of registration via credit card. Registrants will be directed to Indiana Campus Compacts payment processor (Stripe) at the end of the registration process. Any registration without complete payment will be considered invalid.

Due to the limited participant availability for this event, refunds will not be allowed. However, if you find that you are unable to attend and would like to transfer your registration to another individuals at your institution / organization, you may do so until Monday, April 22, 2019. To make a participant transfer, please contact Laura Weaver at weaverla {at} iupui(.)edu.

Payment Questions
If you have questions regarding the payment process for the Colloquium on High-Impact Community Engagement Practices, please contact Summer Webb, Indiana


The 2019 Colloquium on High-Impact Community Engagement Practices will take place May 6 – 10, 2019 and be held on the IUPUI campus in Indianapolis, Indiana. Participants can choose to attend one or two of the following professional development opportunities:

  • Service-Learning Institute (SLI), hosted by Indiana Campus Compact |  Monday – Tuesday, May 6 – 7, 2019

Each day will begin at 8:30 AM and end at 6:00 PM (EST)

  • Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar (CETS), hosted by Indiana Campus Compact |  Wednesday – Thursday, May 8 – 9, 2019

Each day will begin at 8:30 AM and end at 6:00 PM (EST)

VENUES

The Service-Learning Institute will be held at the IUPUI Campus Center, which is located at the corner of W Michigan Street and University Boulevard on the IUPUI Campus.

IUPUI Campus Center

420 University Blvd.

Indianapolis, IN 46202

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The Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar will be held at the IUPUI University Library, which is located near the corner of W Michigan Street and N Blackford Street on the IUPUI Campus.

IUPUI University Library

755 W Michigan Street

Indianapolis, IN 46202

Download an IUPUI Campus Map

Lodging

Participants are responsible for securing their own lodging during the Institute. There are several hotels located within a short distance from the IUPUI campus, with a few within walking distance. The following hotels are the closets to the IUPUI campus:

Meals

Meals are not provided during any part of the Colloquium on High-Impact Community Engagement Practices. However, light refreshments are provided during specific break intervals on each day and a light continental breakfast is provided each morning. Indiana Campus Compact strives to accommodate a variety of dietary habits, but if you require specific dietary needs, please plan accordingly. Participants will have a 90 minute lunch break each day. A list of local restaurants will be provided. Additionally, Service-Learning Institute and Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar participants are invited to participate in an optional group dinner on Monday and Wednesday evening.

Traveling to IUPUI

  • By Air  | The Indianapolis International Airport is located approximately 15 miles from the IUPUI Campus Center on I-70 E. The Airport is accessible via Indianapolis public transportation on the IndyGo’s Route 8 bus. Please visit indygo.net for more information on this option. More information on other transportation options are available on the Airport’s website.
  • By Car  |  The IUPUI Campus Center is located at 420 University Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN 46202. General driving directions to campus are available at the bottom IUPUI Office of Undergraduate Admissions webpage. A campus map and parking information can also be obtained at this site.

Parking

Participants driving to the Colloquium should park in the Vermont Street Garage located at 1004 W. Vermont Street. This garage is adjacent to the Campus Center and will allow participants to enter the Campus Center directly from the garage. Daily parking is $11 and is the responsibility of participants. Parking validations will not be provided.

Dress Code

The dress code for the Service-Learning Institute and Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar is business casual. We encourage participants to dress for their comfort level. It is also recommended that participants dress in layers as the weather in Indianapolis in May can be unpredictable.

Technology

Participants are encouraged to bring either a laptop computer or tablet with them to the Colloquium on High-Impact Community Engagement Practices. Session materials will be shared electronically in a secured cloud storage space throughout the Colloquium. WiFi internet will be available to all participants while they are on the IUPUI campus.

2019 COLLOQUIUM ON HIGH IMPACT PRACTICES SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE*

*subject to change


This schedule can be used for general planning by participants planning to attend the Service-Learning Institute and/or the Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar. A detailed agenda will be forwarded to registered participants prior to the start of the Colloquium.

If you have questions or need further information please contact Laura Weaver at weaverla {at} iupui(.)edu.

Service-Learning Institute

Monday  |  May 6, 2019
8:00 AM Institute Check-In
8:30 AM Welcome
11:45 AM – 1:15 PM Lunch on your own
6:00 PM End of Day 1; Optional Group Dinner or Dinner on your own
Tuesday  |  May 7, 2019
8:00 AM Morning Welcome
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM Institute Workshops
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Lunch on your own
1:30 PM – 5:30 PM Institute Workshops
5:30 PM Closing Remarks
6:00 PM End of Institute; Dinner on your own for those staying on

*subject to change

Critically-Engaged Teaching Seminar

Wednesday  |  May 8, 2019
8:00 AM Seminar Check-In
8:30 AM Welcome
11:45 AM – 1:15 PM Lunch on your own
6:00 PM End of Day 1; Optional Group Dinner or Dinner on your own
Thursday  |  May 9, 2019
8:00 AM Morning Welcome
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM Seminar Workshops
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Lunch on your own
1:30 PM – 5:30 PM Seminar Workshops
5:30 PM Closing Remarks
6:00 PM End of Seminar

*subject to change

To find information on the IUPUI Research Academy, please contact Tom Hahn at tomhahn {at} iupui(.)edu.

Danielle Leek, PhD, is the Director of Academic Innovation & Distance Education at Bunker Hill Community College (Boston, MA), and an instructor in the MA in communication program at Johns Hopkins University (Washington, D.C.). As a faculty member in Communication Studies, Danielle has over 14 years of experience teaching successful service-learning courses and training faculty to do the same. She has received the Michigan Campus Compact award for excellence in Service-Learning and was recognized as a Presidential Service-Learning Scholar by Grand Valley State University. Danielle recently received an Open Education Research Fellowship for her investigation of digital equity issues in higher education. Her publications and research focus on strategies for measuring and promoting civic learning and equity in face-to-face and online college classrooms. Danielle holds a Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Iowa, an MBA from Grand Valley State University, an MA in Communication also from the University of Iowa and a BS in Speech Communication from Eastern Michigan University.