Bringle Civic Engagement Showcase & Symposium

Service. Partnership. Research.

The Robert G. Bringle Civic Engagement Showcase and Symposium recognizes the impact of each of these things on the IUPUI campus and in the community.

Join us in 2014!

This year's theme is: Healthy and Engaged Communities: Campus and Community Partnerships as a Strategy to Support the Well-Being of Indianapolis and Beyond.

IUPUI’s strategic plan reaffirms the campus’ commitment to community engagement.  As a part of this commitment, IUPUI faculty, staff, students, and community partners have come together in innovative ways to create and support healthy, engaged communities. These diverse, multi-sector partnerships are critical to the development of strategic collaborations to improve the quality of life for the communities in which they are rooted. This year’s Robert G. Bringle Civic Engagement Showcase and Symposium will explore these innovative partnerships and projects, creating an opportunity for attendees to learn more about the ways in which our campus and community are coming together to support the well-being of Indianapolis and beyond.



The Robert G. Bringle Civic Engagement Showcase and Symposium, named in honor of the Center for Service and Learning’s founding executive director, Robert G. Bringle, brings together IUPUI faculty, students, and community partners each year to honor and share IUPUI’s diverse community engagement activities. This annual event offers participants an opportunity to attend dynamic, informational workshops; informative poster research presentations; and an awards and recognition ceremony honoring the great community work that students and community partners are doing.

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Please save the date for the Tenth Annual Robert G. Bringle Civic Engagement Showcase and Symposium–Wednesday, April 23, 2014.

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The event is sponsored by the IUPUI Conferernce Fund and IUPUI Center for Service and Learning.

Previous Years

View last year’s Program for the theme “Our Role in the “Village”: Campus and Community Strategies to Support Youth.”