Campuses around the country are currently creating a new normal as we continue to address the impacts of COVID-19. Institutional priorities are shifting, financial models are unstable, and teaching, learning, research, and service expectations are in flux. As institutional leaders begin to make difficult resource decisions, our communities require even greater levels of research, knowledge, leadership, and civic action from higher education to address the current public health crisis. Our work is more important than ever. During this webinar targeted to faculty, staff, and administrative civic and community engagement leaders, we will hear best practices from about how to talk about their work to senior administrators and articulate the value of being an engaged campus. Participants will have the opportunity to join breakout sessions to discuss tools, experiences, and ideas.
David Potash, President of Wilbur Wright College (City Colleges of Chicago)
Abe Goldberg, Executive Director of the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement at James Madison University
Leslie Garvin, Executive Director of North Carolina Campus Compact