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ICCE releases 2020 Faculty Handbook
ICCE co-sponsors CSU-wide 3-part webinar series on service learning and civic engagement
The Institute for Civic & Community Engagement is co-sponsoring a statewide 3-part webinar series on service learning and civic engagement. Moderated by our very own Dr. Kevin Kelly of San Francisco State, this series kicked off today, Wed. April 30th: “Creating Remote and Virtual Service-Learning Experiences” - There are more than 300 of faculty and staff across California’s public and private institutions who are currently registered for this important series. We look forward to interacting with you at our upcoming webinars and continuing to share best practices in the weeks ahead via virtual discussions
Part Two and Three of this Series will occur via Zoom: May 4th & May 7th
2020 Civic & Community Engagement Awards: Announcement of Recipients
It is with great pleasure to announce this year’s awardees. Traditionally, the Civic & Community Engagement Awards Ceremony is held in late April. However, due to the current COVID-19 shelter in place mandate order, we unfortunately had to cancel the 2020 Ceremony. We appreciate the excitement that surrounded this event and the numerous nominations that we received. Addtionally, we wish to express our gratitude for all those who took the time and effort to submit nominations. In celebration of community and recognition of the incredible work and commitment of our all of our awardees, congratulations!
CSU Faculty Innovation & Leadership Awards (FILA) Program
Deadline for nominations: May 1, 2020
This program recognizes Faculty contribution to student success via their leadership and innovation. As described in the nomination process, “Nominations must demonstrate how the nominee’s role as a faculty member produced innovative teaching practices, course design, redesign or the development of exemplary supplemental support programs to promote student success”. Tenure-track faculty, tenured faculty and lecturers from all disciplines are eligible for this award. Self-nominations, as are nominations from faculty, staff, students and administrators are encouraged. Twenty-three awards are available with each awardee to receive a $5,000 cash award and $10,000 to be allocated to their academic department to support awardee activities. Additional details
April 27, 2020
To further limit the potential of COVID-19 spreading within our local community, the ICCE office will be physically closed until May 31, 2020 but operations will continue remotely during operational hours.
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2020 Civic & Community Engagement Awards
With confirmed cases in San Francisco that indicate community spread and SFDPH recommendations, ICCE has cancelled this year's Awards Ceremony to further limit the spread of COVID-19 within our communities.
We appreciate the nominations and excitement around this event and we are working on announcing this year's award winners on April 16, 2020. We hope that during this time we continue to take care of ourselves and each other.
In our efforts to encourage voter registration and information as to where and how, please view Elections
November 22, 2019
2020 Call to Service Initiative: Announcement of Grant Recipients
It is with great pleasure that the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement announce the awardees of the 2020 Call to Service Initiative grants. Congratulations to all recipients!