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Tuesday, October 10 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Change Efforts to Move Institutional Practices and Cultures from Autonomous Individualized Agendas to Collaborative Collective Trajectories (60 mins)

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This panel brings together institutional leaders who have responsibilities to initiate, support, expand and sustain community engagement across the university. Facilitated by a moderator, panelists will engage in a dialogue together and with participants about challenges faced, strategies tried, successes achieved, and failures that have provided critical insights. Our dialogue will seek to draw out the diversity of experiences and perspectives as we approach our work. We will discuss the roles and efforts of institutional administrators and faculty leaders to: (a) transition faculty and institutional culture from autonomous individualized agendas to collaborative collective trajectories; (b) design programs and strategic initiatives to encourage interdisciplinary teams that align to strategic plans; and (c) track and measure institutional teaching and research activities and strengths as they align to community-identified priorities. Dr. Emily Janke (University of North Carolina Greensboro) will moderate the panel. Panelists include scholars who currently hold or have held senior administrative leadership positions at urban and metropolitan campuses, including Drs. Barbara Holland (formerly at Portland State University, Northern Kentucky University, University of Western Sydney, and the University of Sydney), Valerie Holton (Virginia Commonwealth University), Brenda Kowalewski (Weber State University), and Terri Shelton (University of North Carolina Greensboro).

Speakers
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Barbara Holland

Consultant and Strategy Advisor, Holland Consulting, CUMU
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Valerie Holton

Executive Editor, Senior Fellow, CUMU
Valerie Holton, PhD, LCSW is the executive editor of CUMU’s Metropolitan Universities (MUJ), a quarterly online journal for scholarship on cutting-edge issues impacting urban and metropolitan universities and colleges. Additionally, in her role as CUMU’s Senior Fellow, Valeri... Read More →
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Emily Janke

Dir, Institute for Community & Economic Engagement, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
institutionalizing community engagement | tracking and measuring community engagement across an institution or system | recognizing community engagement in promotion and tenure | community-university partnerships
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Brenda Kowalewski

Associate Provost, Weber State University
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Terri Shelton

Vice Chancellor for Research & Engagement, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


Tuesday October 10, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Colorado A

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