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Sponsored by Learn and Serve America

Sponsored by Learn and Serve America

Sponsored by the CSU Office of the Chancellor and the Corporation for National and Community Service under Learn and Serve America

In February 2007, more than 150 faculty engaged in community scholarship representing all 23 campuses, and their research partners attended the Second Annual CSU Conference on Community-Based Teaching and Research: Diversity in California. California is one of four states designated majority-minority, with 56% of the general population now minority (non-white)1. These profound demographic shifts create new challenges and opportunities for the state in almost every arena from education to health care to economic development in which the CSU is deeply involved.

Conference Themes

  • research on engaged pedagogies (e.g. service learning and civic engagement impact on students, curriculum, and/or institutions);
  • research and other forms of scholarship to address specific community needs (e.g. health disparity issues, building multicultural competencies);
  • research methods involving faculty, students, and community (e.g. ethnographic methods, participatory action research, involving students in community based research).

Additional Information:

All inquiries concerning this conference should be sent to:
Judy Botelho
Director, Center for Community Engagement
Phone: 562-951-4749
Email: jbotelho@calstate.edu

 

1. Source: U.S. Census Bureau. The other states are Hawaii, New Mexico and Texas. Five other states - Maryland, Mississippi, Georgia, New York and Arizona - are next in line with minority populations approaching 40 percent.

Content Contact:
Judy Botelho
(562) 951-4749
Technical Contact:
webmaster@calstate.edu

Last Updated: July 23, 2010