Civic and Community Engagement

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 or program design (domestic or international, undergraduate or graduate)
  • Community engagement with special populations (e.g., first generation students, vulnerable populations)
  • Blended learning, such as service learning with other teaching methods or modalities
  • Student or community outcomes
  • Learning design and assessment (e.g., civic learning, intercultural/multicultural competence, civic and moral identity development, critical thinking and integrative reasoning)
  • Program and 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

Upcoming Workshops

There are no workshops scheduled at this time, but please check back for updated information.