Community Engagement

Addressing the needs and interests of our diverse communities locally, statewide, nationally and internationally.

2018 Symposium

2018 Symposium

Navigating Community Engagement & Engaged Scholarship: Faculty Experiences from Across the University

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

11:30 AM- 1:30 PM

Shumaker Research Building, Room 139

Light lunch will be served

This three-part symposium will focus on  how to use community engaged work for promotion and tenure as well as provide opportunities for small group discussions on topics related to interdisciplinary/interprofessional engagement and engaged scholarship.

Part 1: Plenary Session - Overview and public launch of a searchable database on community engagement activities

Part 2: Promotion and Tenure Panel Session – Based on their own experiences, panelists will share tips and ideas on how to properly document engagement for promotion and tenure.


Dr. Muriel Harris: School of Public Health and Information Sciences

Dr. James S. Chisholm: Middle and Secondary Education

Dr. Theresa Rajack-Talley, College of Arts and Sciences

Part 3: Break-out sessions – Small groups will explore a cross section of topics related to community engagement and engaged scholarship.

Break-out Session Title Presenter
MBA Students Engaging with the Community Dr. Bruce Kemelgor, College of Business
Community-Based Participatory Research Dr. Vicki Hines-Martin, School of Nursing
Interdisciplinary Outreach

Pat Smith, VP Office of Community Engagement

Dr. Lara Kelland, Department of History

Transdisciplinary Team & Community Engaged Research Dr. Jelani Kerr, School of Public Health and Information Sciences
Transdisciplinary Team & Community Engaged Research Dr. Daniela Terson de Paleville, Health and Sport Sciences
Developing Community-Based Learning Courses Dr. Lora Haynes, College of Arts & Sciences
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