Campus Compact Workshops and Webinars:
Campus Compact is pleased to offer a series of workshops and webinars in partnership with John Saltmarsh and the Swearer Center at Brown University, the new administrative home of the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification. This series will support member campuses that are first-time applicants or re-classifying for the 2020 Carnegie Community Engagement Classification.
Visiting Scholar, Brown University
Preparing for the 2020 Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement Workshop
These one-day workshops, offered in locations across the country, are designed to assist campuses preparing for the Carnegie Community Engagement classification. Workshops will address preparation for both first-time applicants and campuses that are re-classifying (those classified in 2010). The workshops will include:
- an orientation to both the classification and re-classification frameworks
- an overview of the 2020 process
- additions and changes to the documentation framework
- review of the documentation framework and complete application
- strategies that have been effective for successful application
There will be opportunities to work though aspects of the application and consider evidence that campuses can provide and time for participants to ask questions. Both individuals and teams are welcome to attend.
Registration costs include a copy of Campus Compact’s forthcoming publication, “The Elective Carnegie Community Engagement Certification: Constructing a Successful Application,” edited by John Saltmarsh, Visiting Scholar, and Mathew Johnson, Director of the Swearer Center and Associate Dean for Engaged Scholarship, Brown University.
Community Colleges: Preparing for the 2020 Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement webinar (open to community colleges only)
Presented by John Saltmarsh and Gail Robinson, Gail Robinson Consulting
Preparing for the 2020 Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement webinar (all institution types)
Additional Compact offerings, facilitated by John Saltmarsh
Assessment Institute and Carnegie Academy
October 22-23: IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
Indiana Campus Compact
The Carnegie Academy begins with a kick off event on Tuesday, October 24 followed by a full day of workshops on Wednesday, October 25. The Carnegie Academy will offer “campus teams” an opportunity to learn from experts in the service and community engagement field regarding strategies and tools for monitoring, tracking, assessment, and evaluation as it relates to the Carnegie application for 2020.
The Carnegie Academy will take place directly after the Assessment Institute and will require a separate registration. Registration for the Carnegie Academy will be available in May.