Faculty & Staff Programs

Consultations and Convenings

Civic and Community Engagement Across the Disciplines

Civic and Community Engagement Across the Disciplines showcases  practices, programs and strategies that address questions that impact the intentional integration of community engagement into academic programs of study.  Some of the areas that CCeXD presenters may address include:

  • Disciplinary perspectives and conceptual models for community engagement [e.g. expert-centered, justice-oriented, community-driven, ethic of care];
  • Innovative and effective approaches to community-engaged course/program design (domestic or international, undergraduate or graduate);
  • Community-engagement with special populations [first generation students, vulnerable populations];
  • Blended Learning [service learning + other teaching methods/modalities];
  • Student and/or community outcomes;
  • Learning Design and assessment [civic learning, intercultural/multicultural competence, civic/moral identity development, critical thinking and integrative reasoning]
  • Program/Department models and innovations that:
    • foster reciprocal and transformative community-university partnerships;
    • tackle workload issues associated with the use of community-engaged teaching and learning practices;
    • enhance the quality of collaboration and trust among universities and communities;
    • address administrative and safety issues;
    • encourage longitudinal scaffolding of civic learning and experiences in the curriculum.

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  • Goals

    To this end, CCeXD is intended to:

    • Create networking and learning opportunities for IUPUI faculty, staff, students and partners;
    • Showcase emerging practices and programs at IUPUI that:
      • align with our campus' strategic goals for teaching, learning and community engagement and/or
      • address critical topics in integrating community engagement into the disciplines;
    • Increase awareness of and engagement with the tenets of community-engaged teaching and learning among IUPUI faculty, administrators and staff;
    • Nurture interdisciplinary/transdisciplinary approaches to teaching and learning;
    • Encourage local dissemination opportunities based on the principles of good practice for community-university partnerships [i.e. presentations that validate and encourage students, staff, and community partners as co-educators and co-facilitators of learning alongside faculty].
  • Structure

    Each session will last for an hour to an hour and a half. 

    • CSL staff member will introduce the topic to situate it within a broad scope of field (5-10 minutes)
    • Presenter(s) will share their work or organize an active work session (40-45 minutes)
    • The remaining time will be used for discussion and questions
  • Archive

    2016

    Dr. Tom Marvin, School of Liberal Arts and Amy Armogida, Masarachia Scholars Program, 09/23/2016;
    Deepening Engagement with Community Partners to Strengthen Student Learning: The Masarachia Scholars' Seminar Model

    2015

    Dr. Sue Hyatt, Inside-Out Faculty Coordinator, 11/12/2015;
    Inside-Out as Community Engaged Padagogy 

Upcoming Workshops

  • Volunteer Engagement Opportunities with the Indiana Department of Correction - Friday, March 3rd, 2017

    Date: Friday, March 3rd, 2017
    Time: Noon - 1:00 pm
    Location: Hine Hall 219

    Want to be part of the change that will make our communities more inclusive, just, humane, and socially sustainable? If so, consider joining Rick Rosales from Community and Mentor Engagement at the Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC), along with former volunteers and program alumni as they introduce the wide array of community opportunities the IDOC offers across the state of Indiana. Volunteer engagement opportunities include tutoring, mentoring, program facilitation, arts-based programing, faith-based services, family and youth programs, and more.

    Presenter: 

    Rick Rosales, Community and Mentor Engagement, Indiana Department of Correction                                   

    Rick Rosales has channeled his passion for Criminal Justice and volunteerism by leading the community engagement efforts for the Indiana Department of Correction. He oversees the volunteer coordinators at each of the 23 facilities throughout the state of Indiana. He grew up in the Detroit area and graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Criminal Justice.

    Audience: Interested faculty, staff, students, and community members

    Register here