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Recent Presentations made by CSU practitioners on community engagement issues.

Separated at Birth? The Twin Proficiencies of Work and Civic Engagement (March 1, 2012) - The educational outcomes of employability are looking more and more like those of civic engagement. Employers tell us they want graduates who can think independently and express themselves originally, but who can also work with colleagues from across disciplinary cultures and around the world. For many, the new emphasis on collaboration departs from an approach to intellectual development as solitary. Constantly connected, we’re increasingly expected to solve problems, build businesses, and even invent and learn as members of teams. Co-sponsorsed by California Campus Compact and CSU Center for Community Engagement

Presenter:

  • Ken O'Donnell, Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Policy, California State University, Office of the Chancellor

 

CSU Board of Trustees' Meeting (September 21, 2011) - Overview of accomplishments from the 2010-11 academic year and contributions of CSU faculty who are working to address the local to global needs of communities, while educating CSU students. mmunity participants.

Presenters:

  • Judy Botelho, Director, CSU Center for Community Engagement
  • Carlos Silveira, Ph.D., Art Department, CSU Long Beach

CSU Board of Trustees’ Meeting (May 11, 2010) – Accomplishments, activities and partnerships of community engagement in the CSU were highlighted for the members of the CSU Board of Trustees.

Presenters:

  • Judy Botelho, Director, CSU Center for Community Engagement
  • Elaine Ikeda, Executive Director, California Campus Compact


CSU Procurement Officers’ Association Meeting (December 13, 2006)– This session focused on an overview of service learning best practices in risk management and the role of contracts officers in supporting implementation of the best practices.

Presenters:

  • Season Eckardt, CSU Chancellor’s Office
  • Jeannie Kim-Han, CSU Fullerton


CSU Provosts’ Meeting (November 30, 2006) – The hour-long conversation looked at the critically important question - How can academic leaders further a community engagement agenda?

Presenters:

  • Jerry Eisman, CSU Chancellor’s Office
  • Season Eckardt, CSU Chancellor’s Office


CSU Chico Visit by Chancellor’s Office Staff (May 5, 2006) – Two presentations were made during this day-long session. In the morning,  a presentation was given to all CSU Chico department chairs, which covered the CSU’s context, how community service learning connects with institutional priorities, and an overview of engaged departments. Faculty in the afternoon session were from departments that had already undergone the engaged department training or were getting prepared to launch this effort. The second presentation looked at the different stages of engaged departments and two exercises on faculty roles and rewards.

Presenters:

  • Season Eckardt, CSU Chancellor’s Office
  • Jerry Eisman, CSU Chancellor’s Office

 

CSU Teacher Recruitment Project (TRP) Coordinators' Meeting (October 13, 2005) This session focused on an overview of the program and an intersection between service learning and math and science teacher preparation. 

Presenters:

  • Season Eckardt, CSU Chancellor’s Office
  • Jerry Eisman, CSU Chancellor’s Office
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Last Updated: April 06, 2012