Nicole Springer is Campus Compact's Director for Institutional Capacity Building. She is based in Lansing, Michigan.
Nicole serves as the director of institutional capacity building at Campus Compact. In her role, she provides leadership for member campuses around tracking and assessing the impact of community-engaged scholarship, strategic implementation of community/civic engagement to foster development of an “engaged institution”, and facilitating a national community of scholars and leaders committed to this work. Before starting at Campus Compact in 2018, Nicole was the associate director for the Center for Community Engaged Learning at Michigan State University. During her time in the field of community-engaged scholarship, she has focused her efforts on practitioner-scholar professional development, curriculum creation, and equity-based assessment/evaluation. In connection with her work in community-engaged scholarship, she is a Ph.D. candidate in the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education program through the College of Education at Michigan State University.