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October 2020

ServeOhio’s Virtual Conference Series

October 8 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Virtual

Join us for our FREE virtual conference series where we will explore, navigate, and discuss unique challenges in service and volunteerism right now. Our star lineup of speakers will provide the most up-to-date information and expert advice on how to navigate challenges in this moment. There will also be plenty of opportunities for small group discussion and networking! Conference sessions will take place on the last four Thursdays of October (October 8, 15, 22, and 29) from 1 - 3 PM. Registration closes October 6th and there are limited spots available, so make sure to register early!

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Imagining America’s “Through Tumultuous Times”

October 5 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Virtual

  A Collective Creative Engagement hosted by Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life October 5 to 30, 2020 A month long web-based experience, with live-streamed weekly plenary events, dialogues, performances and presentations. Throughout the month, Imagining America will showcase creative responses from artists, academics and activists around the world. #ReImaginingAmerica20.  

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September 2020

Introduction to Structural Racism Fall Intensive 2020

September 30 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Virtual

Presented by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health: Institutional and systemic racism are a direct result of laws, policies, and practices. Inequities have been systematically integrated into the fabric of our society across every sector – law, education, housing, health. As systems are built, they too can be dismantled. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) has emerged as a leader in exploring the role of partnerships in addressing structural racism. The intensive examines historic and contemporary manifestations of institutional and systemic inequities. The format for the “Introduction to Structural Racism” Intensive is designed for participants to look through the lens of equity and have a mindful and heartfelt real-life experience. Our training can be adapted to multiple formats – virtual and in-person. The overall purpose remains the same— to provide participants with a historical understanding of structural inequalities, systemic racism, and skills needed to work in partnership to address these issues. What happens at the end of a CCPH experience is also unique. We…

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Aim Hire: Workforce and Education Symposium and Fall Series

September 22 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Virtual

Aim Hire Workforce and Education Symposium and Fall Series sponsored by Ohio Excels and the Governor's Office of Workforce Transformation About this Event Policymakers and business, education and community leaders from across Ohio are being invited to take part in a series of virtual workshops this fall to strengthen collaboration to better prepare Ohioans for success in education and the economy and to share the recently released report Bridging Ohio’s Workforce Gap.

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ADVANCING EQUITY THROUGH PUBLICLY ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP: TRANSFORMING FACULTY REWARD POLICIES & PRACTICES

September 21 @ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Virtual

ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM To serve all members of our society, our colleges and universities must put Equity at the center of their work, not just as a desired outcome, but also as integral to the process of education - how we do what we do. To serve their public purpose, our higher education institutions must also commit deeply to Civic and Community Engagement in teaching and research.  Our faculty reward systems (including promotion, tenure or long-term contracts for non-tenure-track faculty, and post-tenure review) shape whom we attract, support, and retain as faculty.  This symposium will explore how faculty reward systems can be structured to support both of these critical and intersecting themes in higher education--Equity and Public Engagement.  How might we transform the culture, policies and practices of our reward systems to recruit and retain the faculty we need?  Sessions throughout the day will begin to address these questions and will include breakout sessions targeted at faculty and campus executives…

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Addressing the Challenges of Poverty International Conference

September 20 @ 8:00 am - September 22 @ 5:00 pm
San Antonio, TX

Addressing the Challenges of Poverty brings together all sectors of a community in one venue for networking and learning in order to create healthier, stronger communities, colleges, and schools. Early bird pricing ends March 1! Call for presenters is open.

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Education for Democracy Election 2020 virtual series: Session 1

September 16 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Virtual

Countdown to Election 2020: Together, We Got This! Wednesday, September 16, 2020 3:00-4:30 PM EDT About the Session  As Election Day 2020 fast approaches, institutional leaders, faculty, staff, and student coalitions know that this is an election like none other in recent history. Students face both technical (where, when, and how to vote, confusing and changing rules, extreme inconvenience, voter suppression) and motivational (disillusionment with the system, lack of social cohesion, physical distancing, misinformation) barriers that call for immediate and campus-wide attention.  In this interactive session, participants will work in small groups on distinct challenges to create a vision of success and brainstorm ways to achieve that success. Participants will also hear from researchers examining this election season in the context of the pandemic and robust activism about ways to rise to this critical moment in U.S. history. Active participation via breakout discussion is expected of any registrants, so please join in person. This session will be facilitated by Duy…

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Carnegie Foundation’s Introduction to Networked Improvement Basics

September 16 @ 9:30 am
Virtual

In this time of change and uncertainty in the world, we are confronting both new and ongoing challenges in our efforts to create equitable and just educational experiences for students. As we adjust and respond to the context around us, collaborating with others guided by tools and methods that discipline our work can help us realize the goals that we set. Improvement science is a problem-focused, user-centered approach to change that attends to systems and the variable outcomes they produce. The Carnegie Foundation’s Introduction to Networked Improvement Basics course provides participants with foundational knowledge of the key concepts, strategies, and tools of improvement science that support disciplined inquiry to make progress on shared aims. Registration is now open for this 12-week mediated online experience. Designed for individuals and teams, Introduction to Networked Improvement Basics is well-suited for those looking to: Understand the principles and practices of improvement science Learn how to engage in improvement science practice with colleagues Apply an improvement science approach to…

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SERVICE-LEARNING BY DESIGN Course

September 14 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Virtual

Are you ready to enhance the academic power of your service-learning instruction? Seeking to increase students’ academic engagement through a project-based learning approach? Interested in helping students become better citizens by involving them in solving critical problems? Take your service-learning practice to the next level with Dr. Sue Root, NYLC Senior Academic Fellow and Service-Learning by Design author in this 14-week asynchronous online course offered in partnership with Augsburg University’s Education Department. Backward design is an approach to service-learning which yields more powerful student learning. It's what we use in schools — because we know it works. Now we want you to know what we know.  Participants will: Develop a standards-based service-learning unit plan including inquiry, problem-solving, and citizenship skills; Design authentic formative and summative assessments for service-learning; Build strategies for strengthening academic and civic learning throughout a service-learning unit, including literacy learning; and  Understand how to incorporate students into the development and implementation of service-learning unit. K-12 teachers, both…

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NCAN 2020 National Conference: Marching Toward Equity

September 14 @ 8:00 am - September 16 @ 5:00 pm
Virtual

Join NCAN as we celebrate our 25th Anniversary at our first ever virtual conference, Marching Toward Equity! We hope you’ll attend this event to learn from your peers, network in one-on-one and small group virtual environments, and hear from plenary speakers such as: Trabian Shorters, author, social entrepreneur, and leading authority on Asset-Framing Kim Hunter Reed, Ph. D., Commissioner of Higher Education in Louisiana Ava Dejoie, Secretary of the Louisiana Workforce Commission Presentation of the Evergreen National Education Prize Now more than ever, you need to be able to meet the needs of your students. Register today to build the skills you need to help your students achieve their dreams of attaining a postsecondary degree.

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Engagement Scholarship Consortium International Conference

September 13 @ 8:00 am - September 16 @ 5:00 pm
Philadelphia, PA

ESC 2020 MEETING Welcome to the 21st Annual Conference of the Engagement Scholarship Consortium Envisioning Engaged Scholarship Watch the 2020 conference welcome video Important Dates Preconference: Sunday, September 13, and Monday, September 14, 2020 Conference: Tuesday, September 15, and Wednesday, September 16, 2020 Hosted by the eastern region Dickinson College James Madison University The Pennsylvania State University University of Delaware Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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August 2020

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) 2020 International Conference

August 19 @ 8:00 am - August 21 @ 5:00 pm
Michigan State University

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) in partnership with Michigan State University (MSU) is excited to announce our 2020 International Conference.   On August 19-21, 2020, you are invited to attend the 2020 International Conference: Advancing Health Equity through Community and Economic Development. This conference will be hosted by our partner the MSU College of Human Medicine’s Division of Public Health in Flint, Michigan.    The conference will explore issues of community and economic development and their impact on health equity – topics of discussion relevant to global conversations.    “This is an exciting partnership and a great opportunity to see health equity in action in Flint,” states Debra Furr-Holden, associate dean for public health integration at MSU.  The conference will bring together invited community representatives, faith-based partners, administrators in higher education, academic faculty, students, health officials, funders and policymakers from around the world. Participants will learn from each other, engage in dialogue and highlight partnerships to identify research collaborations that will address health equity through community and economic development.  For more information about the 2020 International Conference, visit https://www.ccphealth.org/ccph-2020/.

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Introduction to Community Organizing for Community Engagement Professionals

August 6 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Virtual

Community Engagement Professionals often have multiple roles, both formal and informal, many of which require them to organize others (students, other faculty/staff, community members) to advance mission, programming, and institutional change efforts. While typical training and academic preparation focuses on disciplines and project management, it overlooks our role as organizers. The goal of this training is to provide an overview of the theory and practice of community organizing as a framework and tool for activating change within and beyond campus, specifically for enhancing the work of community engagement staff and faculty. Participants will be provided a brief overview of various elements of community organizing campaigns (including identifying goals and purpose, relationship building, communicating and collaborating with stakeholders and constituents, mapping power and assets, strategizing and problem solving, and taking collective action) alongside some of the strategies and tools needed to go from conceptualization to action.  Participants will have the opportunity to convene in breakout rooms to connect with colleagues and develop ideas for…

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Fostering S-LCE faculty development spaces to center antiracist pedagogy

August 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Virtual

Hosted by Campus Compact of NY & PA, this is a free offering!   Join CCNYPA for Talk to the Authors: Reconceptualizing Faculty Development in Service-Learning and Community Engagement This series of two interactive webinars will feature the four editors of Reconceptualizing Faculty Development in Service-Learning and Community Engagement. THERE IS NO COST TO ATTEND THESE WEBINARS!

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July 2020

Alternative Break Citizenship School

July 27 @ 8:00 am - July 29 @ 5:00 pm
Virtual

The Alternative Break Citizenship schools (ABCs) are experiential training sessions that provide college student and staff leaders the knowledge, skills, and connections they need to start or strengthen a quality alternative break program. Part conference, part model alternative break, the ABCs combine workshops and planning sessions with an alternative break experience. The result is a dynamic learning opportunity that underscores learning in workshops and fostering connection with student and staff leaders from campuses nationwide. In light of coronavirus, we are forgoing our traditional four in-person conferences spread around the country and are excited about the opportunity to adapt to a virtual format. We will explore ways to continue service learning and alternative breaks through online experiences and hyperlocal service to ensure the safety of our communities.  Please join us on Zoom for the Virtual ABCs!

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Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting

July 24 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Virtual

CLDE 2020 Is Going Virtual! Following increased and overwhelming concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic and its associated effects across our country, and driven by our responsibility to ensure the best interests of our CLDE, ADP & NASPA community, we are moving the 2020 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement (CLDE) Meeting, originally scheduled for June 3-6, 2020 in Minneapolis, MN, to a Virtual Conference. The health, well-being, and safety of our members, our communities, and our staff are of utmost importance. This was not an easy decision, but we felt this was the best way to proceed during such an unprecedented global situation. AASCU's American Democracy Project (ADP) and NASPA are committed to advancing the civic engagement movement in higher education. Join us for our first ever virtual meeting which brings together faculty, student affairs professionals, senior campus administrators, students and community partners. Together we will ensure that students graduate from our colleges and universities--both public and private--prepared to be the informed, engaged…

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WHAT’S NEXT FOR DACA AND DREAMERS? HEAR FROM JOSE VARGAS, LEADING VOICE ON IMMIGRANT HUMAN RIGHTS

July 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Webinar

Jose Antonio Vargas will deliver a plenary webinar on ACE Engage® July 23 at 1 p.m. EDT to keep the conversation going about what the higher education community can do for Dreamers, young individuals brought to this country as children, in the wake of the recent Supreme Court decision rejecting the Trump administration’s actions to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Register now on Engage to hear him deliver his talk, “DACA and Dreamers: A Conversation With Jose Antonio Vargas,” which is generously supported by Fidelity Investments. Patrick Vaughan, senior vice president managing director and higher education practice leader for the tax exempt market at Fidelity Investments, will give opening remarks. Vargas is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Emmy-nominated filmmaker, and Tony-nominated producer. A leading voice for the human rights of immigrants, he founded the non-profit media and culture organization Define American. He is the author of the best-selling memoir, “Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen,” and most recently he co-produced Heidi…

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Living Room Conversations: Coronavirus: Race in the Time of Corona

July 20 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Virtual

At this point, Race and the Coronavirus can not be separated. In our efforts to feel like we can do something to protect ourselves, some of us have succumbed to our baser instincts. This is evident in the ways some Americans have treated people of Asian descent or how people of African descent are being treated in China. By talking about race in light of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 impact on our world, we are acknowledging awareness of the importance of this continued work. As we develop our ability and capacity to communicate across differences, we also become better global problem solvers. If we can take anything from this season in history, let it be this–that we are interconnected and need one another to survive in challenging times and to thrive as a global community.

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Introduction to Community Organizing for Community Engagement Professionals

July 16 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Virtual

Presented by Campus Compact for Southern New England and Massachusetts Department of Higher Education About the Training:  Community Engagement Professionals often have multiple roles, both formal and informal, many of which require them to organize others (students, other faculty/staff, community members) to advance mission, programming, and institutional change efforts. While typical training and academic preparation focuses on disciplines and project management, it overlooks our role as organizers. The goal of this training is to provide an overview of the theory and practice of community organizing as a framework and tool for activating change within and beyond campus and with a variety of stakeholders, specifically for staff and faculty working in community engagement. Participants will be provided a brief overview of various elements of community organizing campaigns (including identifying goals and purpose, relationship building, communicating and collaborating with stakeholders and constituents, mapping power and assets, strategizing and problem solving, and taking collective action) alongside some of the strategies and tools needed to go…

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Analyzing Trends Around Mental Health, Race, and COVID-19

July 15 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Webinar

Special guests: Dr. Amy Ubesie, Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton; Laura Sanchez-Parkinson, Director for Partnerships, Programs, and Research, The Steve Fund; Eric McGriff, Prevention Program Coordinator, Crime Victims Treatment Center; and Asia Hadley, Director of Partnerships - South, Candid Price: Free The coronavirus (COVID-19) has brought attention to the inadequacies of the U.S. health care, education, and labor systems that adversely affect people of color. Join us to learn from a panel of experts about trends around mental health, race, and COVID-19. The presenters will also share strategies for addressing mental health issues at the individual, institutional, and sector levels.

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