November 15, 2011
- Are you interested in building meaningful and engaged research, scholarship, or creative work opportunities for yourself and your students?
- Do students in your classes engage in community outreach either locally or globally? If not, do you suspect this might enhance their learning experience?
- How do community-based experiences impact learning outcomes?
Facilitated by Katie Kleinhesselink from Colorado Campus Compact, this event is intended to support faculty and scholars who are interested in learning more about how community based scholarship can enhance their research and teaching.
Participants will enhance their conceptual and practical knowledge on community based scholarship (CBS) as they come to:
- Appreciate CBS as a reciprocal and mutually beneficial pedagogy and research paradigm for students, faculty, and communities both locally and internationally
- Understand the core components of an effective CBS course
- Review and troubleshoot common challenges in CBS implementation
- Network with likeminded faculty and learn about ongoing and potential professional opportunities for engaged scholarship
When: Tuesday November 15th, 2011:
Time: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Spruce Suites, UNC University Center
Please RSVP to CETL@unco.edu by November 7, 2011.
Space is limited.
Lunch will be provided
Sponsored by the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, and the Center for Honors, Scholars & Leadership and Colorado Campus Compact.