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“Community Engaged Scholarship: Develop, Act, Share” taking place at the SF State Faculty Retreat, Thurs., Jan. 24th, 2019, 9:30a-5:00p.  Session will be ” 2:10-3:20p in the Library.

Community engaged scholarship (CES) is scholarly work conducted as a mutually-beneficial partnership between trained "experts" and community members, and intended for community improvement (University of Chicago).  Although the division of responsibilities can vary considerably depending on the nature of work and the people or groups involved, it should always contain the active and intentional sharing of knowledge among key players during the research process. With social justice at the core, this session will revolve around how equal access to opportunities and privileges within a community, for instance, can be achieved through CES including in defining questions to be explored, methods used, analytic frameworks considered, and communication of findings. 

Presenters:
Dr. Nina Roberts, Faculty Director, Institute for Civic & Community Engagement
Dr. Anoshua Chaudhuri, Professor &  Chair, Department of Economics
Monica DiLullo, Graduate Student, College of Business

Outcomes:  Learn about practical partnership and collaboration strategies, tools, and new ideas; understand conceptual frameworks and sample engaged scholarship resources; and articulate and defend a strong, progressive research agenda for a socially just society inclusive of community involvement.

Spring workshops 2019

ICCE will be organizing 2-3 faculty development workshops this spring, 2019, to include integrating community service learning to your classes, building in innovative reflection components, and community engaged research and scholarship with multiple benefits including RTP.  Anyone with ideas for workshops that you would like to see happen, contact Dr. Nina Roberts, ICCE Faculty Director, nroberts@sfsu.edu – Come back and visit this page for more information as semester workshops get underway!


Please check back shortly for more information on future workshops and opportunities!  

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