Welcome Nancy Hauck and Rebecca Van Maren to the Utah Campus Compact Network
Rebecca Van Maren, is the new Community Partnership Coordinator at the Salt Lake Community College Thayne Center for Service and Learning. A native Utahn, Rebecca recently received the Drew Peterson Alumni Service Award from the Bennion Center. After spending 4 years in Seattle and Washington, DC she decided to come back home to her roots. Most recently Rebecca was the Volunteer Coordinator for Catholic Community Services of Northern Utah supporting their food back, childhood hunger mobile pantry, and a program that helps new moms connect with resources.
Dr. Nancy Hauck has been appointed to the newly created position of Associate Provost for Community and Global Engagement at Dixie State University. Dr. Hauck has served as a DSU faculty member since 1993. She earned her AS degree from Dixie College, BS from Southern Utah University, M.Ed. from Pacific University in Forrest Grove Oregon, and Ph.D. from Utah State University. Dr. Hauck currently serves as Faculty Senate President and directs the STEM Education Endorsement Program at DSU. She has presented numerous papers at professional meetings and is a member of many professional organizations. Dr. Hauck is a Dixie 2020 Strategic Plan goal leader for community engagement. Dr. Hauck is responsible for concurrent enrollment, global engagement programs, community engagement programs, the Hurricane Education Center, and community education at DSU.
National Campus Compact Announces Civic Action Plan Institutes
Please join us for one of three fall Civic Action Planning Institutes throughout the country to provide planning teams with inspiration, information, and time to share resources and ideas for leveraging existing campus infrastructure for engagement and for boldly exploring new areas and opportunities for impact.
Please note that one institute, offered in partnership with ETS, will have a special focus on integrating high-quality assessment of student civic learning and development into Campus Civic Action Plans. For more information on opportunities to participate in pilot and field test phases for a new civic learning assessment instrument, click here
There is no registration fee. Institutions are responsible for their own travel and lodging costs.
Note: The Civic Action Plan Institute in San Diego and TBA are loosely modeled off the Design Track at the 2016 Utah Campus Compact Community Engagement Institute. The institute co-hosted by ETS in Princeton will likely be similar but include different content related to their assessment instrument.