Listen to the Compact Nation Podcast Season 4, Episode 16, where our very own Dr. Santamaría Graff and J.R. Jamison discuss Faculty as Family at IUPUI which involves families as key participants in teacher education programs, informing the curriculum and impacting the way future teachers engage with families in the classroom to better serve children’s needs.
WFYI No Limits / Indiana Campus Compact MARCH 21, 2019 Today on No Limits we talk about the Indiana Campus Compact, ICC, an organization that works to engage college students beyond campus. Our guests are ICC Executive Director J.R. Jamison, ICC Director of Communications Liza Donovan Blomquist and Ally Nickerson, University of Indianapolis student. CLICK TO OPEN AUDIO FILE
Know someone on your campus who is changing their community? Find out how we’ve made it easier for you to honor them. By Angela Cain “She leads with her heart and has “servant” in her bones.” I was honored to read that line, recently, from a script describing a young college student, and it unexpectedly choked me up and brought tears to my eyes. It was at the 2019 Awards Gala which took place during the Service Engagement Summit, from Indiana Campus Compact, in February. I was emceeing the Gala. During that moment, I was reading the nomination for the…
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…
Indiana Campus Compact Prepares College and University Students to Advance the Public Good in their Communities Indiana Campus Compact Student Nominees for the Richard J. Wood Award Indianapolis, IN – Indiana Campus Compact is proud to announce its designation by the Internal Revenue Service as a public charity with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. With this new designation, Indiana Campus Compact can broaden its access to resources and strengthen its ability to serve institutions of higher education and their community partners across the state of Indiana. “Obtaining 501(c)(3) status is a major milestone…
Developing. Engaging. Exploring. Who should attend? Scholars who are interested in enhancing their service-learning/community-based courses and advancing their research on service-learning and community engagement Practitioners whose primary job is to support faculty development, and develop community-campus partnerships, and strengthen campus-wide community engagement efforts. The week-long conference focuses on building a network of scholars and practitioners and offers participants the opportunity to attend any combination of three workshops.
Charting the Course for Service Learning: From Curriculum Considerations to Advocacy—A Faculty Development Workbook (Editors: Mary Jane Eisenhauer, Nancy B. Marthakis, J.R. Jamison, and Marifran Mattson) This faculty development workbook will help you or your faculty map the course for service-learning at your institution while providing prompts for exploration and examples and downloadable templates for tangible navigational tools. From curriculum considerations, choosing the right community partner, budgets and funding, promotion/tenure/faculty rewards, to become an advocate at your institution (plus much, much more), the design of the workbook allows for the flexibility to start at the beginning and work your way…
The number of administrative staff who support community engagement within higher education has grown exponentially over the past 10-12 years. Looking at the 2014 Campus Compact survey, 100% of respondents report having dedicated engagement staff. Looking at a survey of Carnegie Classified institutions, 91% of respondents reported having full-time administrative staffing for their engagement centers (Welch & Saltmarsh, 2013). Despite their growing numbers, there has been very little empirical literature focused on these administrative stakeholders, such as myself. As a group, we influence the ways faculty, students, community partners, and institutional leaders implement and evolve engagement within higher education. We…
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