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New resource on critical service-learning from the JCEHE and Indiana Campus Compact

Introducing a new and exciting resource for our field. In partnership with the Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education, Indiana Campus Compact is excited to unveil a special edition of the journal on “Critical Service Learning” that was guest edited by Dr. Tania Mitchell from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities with assistance from Indiana Campus Compact’s former senior faculty fellow, Mark Latta, from Marian University. The special edition can be found here: https://discovery.indstate.edu/jcehe/index.php/joce/issue/view/41/showToc   This body of work has been two years in the making and grew out of a conversation between the Journal’s editor, Dr. Cat Paterson, and…

Fall 2018 Kick-off Packet

Start the New Academic Year with Support from Indiana Campus Compact! Welcome back to campus, partners & friends: This time of year offers a certain nostalgia that makes me eager to get back into the swing of our work. While community engagement doesn’t follow a specific calendar and keeps us busy year round, it’s you, our trusted colleagues, who begin to reemerge within our inboxes and through our phones. It’s a reminder that none of us are in this work alone, and that we need each other to truly meet our goals. Our team here at Indiana Campus Compact has…

Call for Manuscripts! JCEHE Special Edition on Critical Service-Learning

We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education and Indiana Campus Compact are partnering for a special edition dedicated to Critical Service-Learning. This issue will be guest edited by Dr. Tania D. Mitchell. CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS READ PRESS RELEASE Critical service-learning is an approach to community engagement that prioritizes attention to social change by interrogating systems and structures of inequality, questioning the distribution of power, and seeking to develop authentic relationships among students, faculty, community partners and members (Mitchell, 2008). Scholars and practitioners of critical service-learning and social justice are invited to submit manuscripts…