Community and Civic Engagement Committee Seeks Input for Plan

The Community and Civic Engagement Committee invites members of the campus community to contribute their voices to the development of a strategic community and civic engagement plan that will become part of UNC's overall planning process. You can share your ideas at one of several upcoming drop-in sessions during the committee's "listening tour" (see below) or submit them using an anonymous submission form.

If you plan to attend a drop-in session, the committee wants to frame the conversation around the themes and broad questions listed on the electronic submission form. The themes are informed by experiences of other institutions of higher education as they have infused public engagement into all aspects of their campuses. They are intended to guide our discussion regarding UNC's distinctive vision and planning process.

Community and civic engagement is one of the nine strategic plans being developed as part of UNC's overall planning process. A growing body of research and practice shows that teaching, research and service-learning activities engaged in local or global communities are high-impact practices.

Drop-In Sessions (coffee and refreshments provided)

  • Monday, Nov. 26; 12:15-1:15 p.m.; Kepner 0040
  • Monday, Nov. 26; 4:30-5:30 p.m. UC Spruce A
  • Tuesday, Nov. 27; 11 a.m.-noon; McKee 282
  • Tuesday, Nov. 27; 3:30-4:30 p.m.; Candelaria 1375
  • Wednesday, Nov. 28; 8-9 a.m.; Michener Library Gallery
  • Thursday, Nov. 29; 11a.m-noon; Skinner Music Library, 139
  • Friday, Nov. 30; 9-10 a.m.; Carter 2010

If you are not able to attend a drop-in session, please feel free to share your anonymous comments electronically at

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