Register Now: Inspiring Citizenship through Community Engaged Teaching and Learning
Presentation and Poster Proposals due by March 1.
Registration deadline is March 17.
Through a regional mini-grant from PA Campus Compact, Juniata College, in partnership with St. Francis University, will host a one-day working conference, “Inspiring Citizenship through Community Engaged Teaching and Learning,” on March 28 (8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.) at Juniata College in Huntingdon, PA. The conference is open to faculty, staff, students, and community partner organizations.
REQUEST FOR PRESENTATION AND POSTER PROPOSALS
We welcome presentation and poster proposals related to best practices and evidence
based strategies for successful community engaged teaching and learning from across
the curriculum and co-curriculum, and across disciplines. Proposals are sought for
presentations and posters related to successful community engagement strategies that
specifically inform the practice of community engaged teaching and learning through
program design, community outreach and partnership models, publicly engaged scholarship,
curricular and co-curricular models, institutional policies and practices, and assessment
strategies. Presenters should indicate how the proposal relates back to the conference
theme and with which of the above topics it best aligns. Proposals should not be
more than 500 words and should be submitted to Sarah Worley by March 1.
A conference schedule of the day can be found here.
Please register for the conference online.
A block of rooms have been held for $89/night at the Huntingdon Fairfield Inn and Suites, Route 22 / Address: 9970 Shaner Boulevard, Huntingdon, PA 16652 / Phone: 814-643-3672)
More information can be found here.
Questions about the event should be directed to:
Assistant Professor of Communication and Director of Community Engaged Teaching and Learning