How do we keep faculty motivated and committed to community engagement, and support their progressive refinement of community-engaged competencies while navigating the shifting priorities and resources at our institutions? Hear from a panel of dynamic and creative community engagement professionals who have designed innovative and effective faculty development offerings that move beyond standard workshops, seminars, and fellowships. Draw on their examples and join break-out conversations with peers to diversify and elevate your institution’s faculty development programming.
This workshop is for professional staff and faculty responsible for providing faculty development for community engagement.
- Star Plaxton-Moore, Campus Compact Faculty Development Fellow & Director of Community-Engaged Learning, Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good, University of San Francisco
- Micheal Rios, Vice Provost, Public Scholarship and Engagement, University of California, Davis
- Joyce K. McCauley, Professor, Department of Language, Literacy, & Special Populations, College of Education, Sam Houston State University
- John Loggins, Director, Community Engaged Learning, The Mulvaney Center for Community, Awareness and Social Action, University of San Diego
- Douglas Strahler, Associate Professor, Department of Strategic Communication & Media, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania