Engaged Faculty Institute Train the Trainer
June 1, 2016 | Salt Lake City, UT
Utah Campus Compact is pleased to welcome Katie Kleinhesselink and Stephanie Schooley from Campus Compact of the Mountain West (CCMW) on Wednesday, June 1 to lead a full day training
on the Engaged Faculty Institute Curriculum
originally developed by Campus Community Partnership for Health and updated by CCMW and California Campus Compact in 2015. The session is intended for faculty and administrators interested in training and supporting faculty on their campuses in effective community engaged teaching and learning. Registration is $100 per person and can be completed HERE
Facing Project: Civic Storytelling Opportunity - DUE Monday, May 16
The Facing Project works with campuses and communities to organize and sh are the stories of citizens through the talent of local writers and actors. Writers are matched with community members facing the selected topic (depression, hunger, homelessness, disabilities, etc), meet with them face-to-face, and capture their stories in the first-person. The stories are compiled into a book and brought to life on stage through a community theater event. Five Utah Campus Compact members have the opportunity to undertake this program for free (a $1,500 value). We encourage exploring the opportunity with faculty, students and community partners as you put together a proposal. Contact Alexis Bucknam
if you are interested and have questions.
Executive Director of the Center for Community Engaged Learning Position Open at Weber State University
The NASPA Lead Initiative on Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement (CLDE) is a network of two year and four year NASPA member institutions committed to encouraging the work of student affairs in making civic learning and democratic engagement a part of every student’s education. The NASPA Lead Initiative offers unique professional development opportunities, targeted resources, networking, and recognition for its institutions, faculty, administrators and students. Learn more and apply today
Voter Friendly Campus Designation Interest Form Due May 13
The statement of interest provides contact information for the primary contact at each participating institution to start the planning process. You can submit the statement of interest and see a number of resources about the Voter Friendly Campus Designation here
The Center, a strategic partnership between Academic Affairs and Student Affairs, facilitates curricular and co-curricular service, democratic engagement and community research experiences for students, faculty and staff and serves as a catalyst for campus-wide community engagement initiatives. Ideally, the successful applicant would be available to begin by August 2016. To learn more, please check the job posting
The Fusion Project: Learn how to fuse service-learning into an online course
June 6-17th, 2016 | Online
It is with great enthusiasm that Maine Campus Compact announces the Fusion Project, an online professional development opportunity that introduces faculty members to best practices for implementing service-learning in an online teaching environment. For more information on course content, facilitators, cost, and to sign up, please visit their website
Despite not having yet announced the 2015 President's Community Service Honor Roll recipients, the Corporation for National and Community Service has opened the 2016 application. Many Utah Campus Compact member institutions are perennially recognized through this program and we hope you will take the time to apply by June 15. Learn more here
The Thayne Center for Service and Learning is pleased to announce a full-time opening for the Community Partnerships Coordinator position. Please check the SLCC Jobs
website for details.
As you likely know, Utah Campus Compact has been without a website due to a significant hacking incident in early 2016. We are moving forward on creating a new website through a partnership with National Campus Compact and hope to have something to launch by early June. Thank you for your patience, and keep checking our Facebook
page and Twitter
feed for important updates.
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