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Tuesday, October 10 • 1:45pm - 2:30pm
A Model for Community Engaged Scholarship: Practicing What We Preach (45 mins)

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The Division of Community Engagement at California State University San Marcos values and takes seriously community engaged work, from Community Service Learning to Community Engaged Scholarship. Our division has put a great deal of time, energy, and resources toward supporting faculty who do this type of work. But what about faculty who want to do community engaged work, but are not sure how to start? How can we support them in their transition into community engaged work? In Fall 2017 the Division unveiled a “Model Community Engaged Scholarship” program—which is overseen by the Faculty Director of Community Engaged Scholarship—in which faculty receive a stipend to work with a community partner on a project. The community partner was selected by the Division; each year a new partner is selected. Faculty work with the partner to meet the partner’s needs, and get on-the-ground experience in best practices for community engaged work.  In this lightening session the Faculty Director of Community Engaged Scholarship will briefly discuss the goals and progress of the program.

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Jodie Lawston

California State University, San Marcos


Tuesday October 10, 2017 1:45pm - 2:30pm
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