Content with Topics : Engaged Scholarship

Karin Cotterman

Strong faculty development training skills; excellent experience in working with faculty at a research university and integrating service-learning

Craig McEwen

Craig was Dean for Academic Affairs during the six years that Bowdoin went from a Community Service Resource Center staffed by just one VISTA to an endowed, fully staffed Center for the Common Good. This first-hand experience offers him unique awareness and skills in sharing the obstacles and vehicles for significant institutional change. He also uses service learning in his return to teaching sociology.

Heather Sullivan-Catlin

Dr Sullivan Catlin has worked with faculty in various disciplines and with fellow department chairs to advance service-learning, campus/community partnerships, and community-based participatory research. She is a well-prepared and engaging workshop leader.

Robert Bringle

long-time Consulting Corps member

David Donahue

Excellent facilitation skills; extremeley knowledgeable about service-learning, civic engagement, civic education, k-12 education, teacher education and teacher prep; Have worked with Dave extensively as a consultant and he is so pleasant to work with; excellent written skills; great ideas about setting up interactive workshops; expertise on human rights issues; experience with writing up case studies of SL work/teaching.

Mary Laurel True

Mary Laurel has been in the field as a civic engagement practitioner for over 18 years and has a strong sense of right relationship with community.

Marilynn Fleckenstein

Dr. Fleckenstein has held both academic/institutional leadership and faculty teaching positions, has been active internationally as a speaker, as well as broadly in this country. She knows the innards of service-learning pedagogy, as well as the larger issues of civic engagement, campus/community partnerships, and engaged scholarship.

Donna Duffy

longtime Consulting Corps member, coauthor of many Campus Compact publications

John Loggins

Excellent workshop presenter; Youthful african-american male presenter with excellent understanding of service-learning implementation on a small, faith-based college campus; Dynamic presenter; Easy to work with

Mary Ange Cooksey

I have had the unique opportunity of working professionally with Ange Cooksey and also watching her train members. She is a profound speaker/presenter and has well over 10 years experience with service-learning and campus community partnerships. At ICC, we have called on her expertise numerous times — most recently to pull together campus/community research and write our “Crossroads and Common Ground” publication. Her expertise areas include Criterion Five, institutionalization of service-learning and civic engagement, and campus/community reciprocal relationships.

Paul Roodin

Dr. Roodin has held both academic/institutional leadership and faculty teaching positions, has been active internationally as a speaker, as well as broadly in this country. She ( He) knows the innards of service-learning pedagogy, as well as the larger issues of civic engagement, campus/community partnerships, and engaged scholarship.

Jeffrey Howard

edits MJCSL, etc.

Joseph Kahne

Strong researcher on civic engagement with K-12; strong knowledge of service-learning

Nancy Rogers

Expert at preparing campuses for the Carnegie Classification — also has a broad knowledge on the institutionalization of service-learning and civic engagement.

Susan Gust

lead partner with GRASS Routes, on CCPH board, smart about collaboration, committed to this work

Tania D. Mitchell

Excellent interactive workshop presenter; extensive understanding and utilization of service learning; formerly with CSU Monterey Bay; strong faculty skills and facilitation skills. Dynamic, african-american female presenter.

Garry Hesser

long-standing leader and Consulting Corps member, Ehrlich Award recipient

Dwight Giles, Jr.

longtime Consulting Corps member

Peter Kiang

Dwight Giles recommended him highly