Campus Compact, IARSLCE, and The Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (MJCSL) are partnering to host a virtual discussion with the authors published in the latest issue of the MJCSL (Vol 29, Issue 1)!

Participants will engage with authors directly to gain more insight into not only the findings of each article, but also the methods and process behind the findings.

In two separate case studies, Janke et. al examine the relationship between terms used to describe community-engaged scholarship at the institutional level and fair, accurate assessment of tenure and promotion policies. Cattaneo et. al explore how "uncomfortable emotions" such as guilt, anger, and overwhelm impacted students' long-term community and political engagement in a justice-oriented service-learning class. Bernadette Ludwig and Connie Campbell analyze the significance of effective integration of service learning hours with a West African refugee and immigrant community and resulting student support of curricular service learning. 

Come learn from the authors and bring your questions! 


Dr. Neeraja Aravamudan

As Director of the Ginsberg Center for Community Service & Learning, Neeraja provides strategic leadership for the Center, ensures alignment between our values and work at the Center and across U-M, and works to reduce barriers and challenges to equitable partnerships between students, faculty, and community partners.  She also serves on the editorial team for the Michigan Journal for Community Service Learning and on the Leadership Team for Campus Compact's Research University Community Engagement Network (TRUCEN). 

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