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An Overview of Carnegie’s Classification for Community Engagement
April 24, 2017 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Registration closes April 20, 2017
- ICC Partners: FREE
- Any other national or state’s Campus Compact partner: $25
- Non-Campus Compact Partners: Not eligible for attending
In less than a year Carnegie will release the application for its elective classification on community engagement. In completing this application your institution will need to have data from the most recent academic year (Fall 2017-Spring 2018) that showcases how creative, sustainable, and impactful community engagement initiatives and programs have been for students and faculty, the institution and your community partners.
This requires that you implement strategic assessment, evaluation, and tracking or monitoring activities NOW or as soon as possible! Further, the reviewers of the applications issued a statement, after the last round of this process, that assessment of community engagement activities is still one of the weakest areas across all applications. We want to help you in this area!
The majority of our time will be spent with a small group of thought-leaders, who are working together to create developmental workshop and support/work sessions for you! We hope to help strengthen higher education institutions’ data collection and use for planning and recognition. The other parts of our time together will be spent sharing tips, ideas, and best practices for completing the Carnegie application in a timely and effective manner.
- H. Anne Weiss, Director of Assessment, Indiana Campus Compact
- Amanda Barrett Wittman, Associate Director for Community-engaged Curricula and Strategy, with Engaged Cornell, Cornell University
- Kristin Norris, Director of Assessment, Office of Community Engagement, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
- Heather Mack, Consultant, Community Engagement- Design, Monitoring, Evaluation.
This webinar is not a part of the The Carnegie Foundation Elective Community Engagement Classification training.