Thursday, January 31, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
This webinar is for campuses that are in the process of putting together their application - for first-time and re-classification applicants - for the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification. The focus of the webinar will be discussion of strategies for coherently conveying evidence in a way that makes your best case for institutionalization. Advice and insights will be provided from campus-based experiences with putting together an application, and ample time will be provided for any questions participants have as they finalize their application. Anyone interested in the classification is welcome to attend, but this webinar is not oriented to a more foundational overview of the classification framework.
Vice President for Network Leadership
Marisol Morales serves as the Vice President for Network Leadership for Campus Compact, based out of Chicago, Illinois. In this role Morales provides guidance, inspiration, and practical support to network staff across the country, helping state and regional directors achieve local goals while advancing shared network priorities. She leads Campus Compact’s efforts to increase inclusion, equity, and diversity internally and in higher education community engagement. Morales is also the co-host of the bi-weekly Campus Compact podcast, Compact Nation. Prior to joining Campus Compact, Morales was the founding Director of the Office of Civic and Community Engagement at the University of La Verne from 2013-2018 and the Associate Director of the Steans Center for Community-based Service Learning and Community Service Studies at DePaul University from 2005-2013. Marisol holds a BA in Latin American/Latino Studies and a MS/MS in International Public Service Management both from DePaul University
John Saltmarsh, PhD
Professor of Higher Education in the Department of Leadership in Education in the College of Education and Human Development
University of Massachusetts Boston
John Saltmarsh has has published widely on community engaged teaching, learning, and research, and organizational change in higher education, including, the co-edited book with Mathew Johnson, The Elective Carnegie Community Engagement Classification: Constructing a Successful Application for First-Time and Re-Classification Applicants (2017). He is a Distinguished Engaged Scholar at the Swearer Center for Public Service at Brown University, where he leads the project in which the Swearer Center serves as the administrative partner with the Carnegie Foundation for elective Community Engagement Classification. He is also a Visiting Scholar with College Unbound in Providence, Rhode Island, From 2005-2016 he served as the Director of the New England Resource Center for Higher Education (NERCHE). From 1998-2005 he was the director of the national program on Integrating Service with Academic Study at Campus Compact.