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Fall 2018 Kick-off Retreat
September 21 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pmFree for Indiana Campus Compact Partner Campuses
Registration is closed.
This event is designed to be a chance for faculty, staff, and students, of all levels of involvement in service-learning and community engagement, to hone their skills and leave rejuvenated and ready to work.
KEYNOTE ADDRESS – This year’s opening keynote and Q & A session from Indiana Humanities CEO Keira Amstutz, will explain how their team uses dialogue with communities to address issues, come together, and learn from one another. She will talk about three different models for campuses to use in their dialogue work and provide resources available from Indiana Humanities to implement them.
TRACK ONE is a deep-dive, day-long workshop from Dan Griffith and Carolyn Gentle-Genitty, IUPUI, will present Essential Tools for Communicating Across Differences. The workshop features a tool kit which includes a step-by-step guide to understanding and taking action in the 4 stages of dialogue. In order for you and your fellow participants to get the most out of this session, each participant is encouraged to prepare for the day by reading the provided materials before attending the workshop.
TRACKS TWO AND THREE consist of peer-led, concurrent workshops:
- Listening, Learning, Transforming: Campus Community Partnerships Danielle Wood, University of Notre Dame, Gail McGuire and Lee Kahan, Indiana University South Bend, Rebekah Go DeLine, St. Mary’s College, Carol Wetherll, Indiana State University, Michael Valliant, Indiana University Bloomington, and Liza Blomquist, Indiana Campus Compact
- Helping Students Deliberate Around Contentious Political Issues – Amy Ludwig, National Director of the Campus Election Engagement Project
- Connecting Kids to Communities: The SlamCamp Model for Using Writing as a Way to Tackle Real Issues – Bethany Lee and Sarah White, Purdue University Northwest
- Nagel, Thoreau, and Cavell – Caitlin Smith Oyekole, University of Notre Dame
- 3D Virtual Bethel | Historical and Cultural Preservation Using Virtual Reality – Zeb Wood, IUPUI
- Connecting the Curriculum and Co-Curriculum through the DePauw Gold Commitment – Cindy Babington and Samantha Sarich, DePauw University
- Intro to Community Organizing – Melissa Gruver and Vanessa Pacheco from Purdue University.
RETREAT Q & A
WHERE ARE WE MEETING AND WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
WHAT HOTEL DO YOU RECOMMEND?
The Inn at DePauw & Event Center is nearby for those of you who need overnight accommodations.
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
We will provide a chance to sign up for consultations with ICC staff so members of our partner campuses can learn how to leverage the resources of ICC and get the most out of our partnership.
Participants will have a chance to join interest groups during lunchtime if they are interested in networking with colleagues around a specific topic. We are leaving space for the continuation of those conversations after lunch in addition to the concurrent sessions.
This event is a chance for faculty, staff, and students, of all levels of involvement in service-learning and community engagement, to hone their skills and leave rejuvenated and ready to work. Participants can attend a full-day, skill-building workshop or choose from a variety of workshops designed to enhance the work of practioners, faculty, and students alike.
The Retreat is also an opportunity for participants to connect with others from their region and their campus. We will provide a participant list as well as a list of campus liaisons, who are the main connections with Indiana Campus Compact.
HOW DOES THIS CONNECT WITH OTHER INDIANA CAMPUS COMPACT EVENTS?
This year’s retreat will kick-off Listen. Talk. Transform., a year-long look into the many forms of dialogue as a tool for crossing differences and improving lives in our communities. Programming will take place through the 18-19 Academic Year and culminate at the 2019 Service Engagement Summit.