1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Pre-conference session: How Knowledge Claims can be Unjust and What We can do about It
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Biennial Summit of Presidents & Chancellors
Pre-conference session: Learning from Seattle (and Other Cities): Place-Based Community Engagement for Justice and Equity
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Campus Compact Impact Awards Celebration

Breakfast
Breakfast

Keynote: Eric Liu, CEO of Citizen University and Civic Evangelist
General session
Eric Liu - Citizen University

Break
Break

The Quest for Authentic Community Engagement: How Market Forces Shape Community Engagement and What to Do About It
Large breakout
Doris Koo - Former President & CEO, Enterprise Community Partners
Kent Koth - Seattle University
Gavin Luter - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ken Reardon - University of Massachusetts, Boston
Henry Taylor - University at Buffalo

CAP 2.0: Strategically Implementing and Assessing an Institutional Civic Action Plan
Large breakout
Kevin Guerrieri - University of San Diego
Sandra Sgoutas-Emch - University of San Diego

Attention Is the Scarcity: A New Approach to Civic Digital Literacy
Large breakout
Mike Caulfield - Washington State University

Getting Students to Vote—How You Can Help Overcome the Barriers
Large breakout
Paul Loeb - Campus Election Engagement Project

Steps for Developing an Engaged Campus: Lessons from Our Book
Large breakout
Noël Bezette-Flores - Houston Community College System
William Flores - University of Houston-Downtown (UHD)
Abraham Goldberg - James Madison University
Azuri Gonzalez - The University of Texas at El Paso

Community tours
Community Tour

Lunch
Lunch

Raising Voices with Action Research: Collaborative Inquiry with Urban Community Partners
Small breakout
Megan Brown - Liberal Arts Action Lab
Jack Dougherty - Trinity College
Jeff Partridge - Capital Community College
Tyesha Rodriguez - Liberal Arts Action Lab
Lynne Schofield - Swarthmore College

Leveraging Democratic Leadership through Student Engagement Scholars: Empowering Self & Community
Small breakout
Christine Cress - Portland State University
Lezlee Matthews - Loyola Marymount University
Piper McGinley - California Campus Compact

Dialogue and Civil Discourse: Developing Skills and Dispositions for Dialogue across Difference
Small breakout
Megan Halteman Zwart - Saint Mary's College

Increasing Voter Participation of Vulnerable Populations to Promote Social and Economic Justice
Small breakout
Adelaide Sandler - Marist College

Equity Begins with Your Syllabus: The Key to a Learning-Centered Service Learning Environment
Small breakout
Cathy Avila-Linn - CSU Chancellor's Office, Center for Community Engagement
Judy Botelho - Director, Center for Community Engagement

Problem-Solving and Information Literacy: Complex Thinking about Social Issues in Service-Learning
Small breakout
Anne Marie Gruber - University of Northern Iowa
Heather Kennedy - University of Northern Iowa

Lessons Learned from a Place-Based Initiative Pilot Year
Small breakout
Molly Ayers - Gonzaga University
Bailley Wootton - Gonzaga University

Learning by Giving: Experiential Philanthropy, Equity, and Democracy
Small breakout
Richard Battistoni - Providence College
Andrea Vernon - Montana Campus Compact

Surveying the Syllabus: What Syllabi Communicate about Service-Learning at Four-Year Institutions
Small breakout
Tania Mitchell - University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Carmine Perrotti - University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Measuring Mutual Benefit and Reciprocity in Community Engagement and Public Service Activities
Small breakout
Emily Janke - UNC Greenboro
Kristin Medlin - TreeTop Commons
Kristin Norris - IUPUI
Terri Shelton - UNC Greensboro

Honoring Ways of Knowing for Biocultural Restoration and Resilience in the Face of Climate Change
Small breakout
Robert Franco - Kapi'olani Community College, University of Hawai'i
Ulla Hasager - University of Hawaii at Manoa, College of Social Sciences
Atina Pascua - Hawaii Pacific Islands Campus Compact
Denise M. Pierson - Kapiolani Community College

Pitfalls and Possibilities for Global Partnerships and Critical Pedagogy in Global Service Learning
Small breakout
Willy Oppenheim - Omprakash

A Call to Action: Media Literacy as Part of Higher Education's Public Purpose
Small breakout
Jennifer Rosales - Barnard College

Moving from Expert-Driven to Community-Engaged Models of Community Partnerships in the STEM Fields
Small breakout
Matthew Alvarado-Ross - STEM Education Center at Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Katie Elmes - STEM Education Center at Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Developing and Assessing High-Impact, Classroom-Integrated Service Learning Projects
Small breakout
Lori Moog - Raritan Valley Community College
Emilie Stander - Raritan Valley Community College

Practical Strategies for Addressing Microaggressions in Community Engagement
Small breakout
Kirsten Case - University of Nebraska - Omaha
Julie Dierberger - University of Nebraska - Omaha

How to Move Beyond Service & Voting: Alternative Breaks for Deepening Civic & Democratic Engagement
Small breakout
Ethan Gardner - James Madison Center for Civic Engagement
Aaliyah McLean - James Madison University
Carah Ong Whaley - James Madison Center for Civic Engagement

Florida Civic Fellows Program: Pilot Effort Brings College Civic Ed Programming to H.S. Students
Small breakout
Thomas Gay - University of South Florida St. Petersburg
Judithanne McLauchlan - University of South Florida St. Petersburg
Lily Tysinger - YMCA Youth in Government

The Promise of Pluralism: Civic Engagement's Relation to Interfaith Learning and Development
Small breakout
Benjamin Correia-Harker - Interfaith Youth Core
Kevin Singer - North Carolina State University

Reacting to the Past: Democratizing the Classroom through Historical Role Playing Games
Small breakout
Dorothea Herreiner - Loyola Marymount University
Verdis Robinson - Campus Compact
Jace Weaver - University of Georgia

Promoting Equity and Social Justice through Sustainability
Small breakout
Alexis Mootoo - University of South Florida
Lillian Wichinsky - University of South Florida, Tampa

Poster presentations
Poster Session
Emily Acosta Lewis - CCE Faculty Fellow for School of Arts & Humanities
Charla Agnoletti - Director of Public Achievement
Kirsten Agyare Kumi - Student
Jennifer Alkezweeny - Engagement Associate
Laura Antillon - Director
Christina Arnold - The Citadel
Talia Bailes - Undergraduate Student; Ballet and Books Founder and Executive Director
Doug Barrera - Associate Director, Center for Community Learning
Matthew Bell - Voter Engagement Specialist
Mike Bishop - director, student leadership Engaged Cornell
Judy Botelho - Director, Center for Community Engagement
Melanie Brown - Former Director, Center for Civic Engagement
Ben Bruhn - Social Studies Teacher
Ben Calabretta - WSU - Center for Civic Engagement
Susan Campbell - Associate Professor in the Department of Literacy Studies and Elementary Education
Dahlia Castillo - Program DIrector and Clincial Assistant Professor
Glenn Cerosaletti - University of Rochester
Michael Cohen - CCE Faculty Fellow for School of Science & Technology
Loren Collins - Humboldt State University
Deborah Cours - Interim Assistant Vice President of Undergraduate Studies
Mary D'Alleva - Director, Center for Community Engagement
Joy Das - Program Manager, Office of Engagement Initiatives
Jorge De Luna - Director of Community Engaged Learning in Health
Sarah Beth Dempsey - Saint Mary's College of California
Laura Dendinger - Business Professor
Turquoise Devereaux - Independent Consultant
Kate Devoe - Youth Services Librarian
Vernette Doty - University of California, Merced
Amanda Ebokosia - Chief Executive Officer
MaryJane Eisenhauer - Associate Director, School of Education and Counseling
Amber Finnicum-Simmons - Stetson University
Celine Fitzmaurice - Senior Instructor II, Faculty Support Facilitator
Megan Fogarty - Deputy Executive Director
Ashni Gandhi -
Pema Garcia - Director
Olivia Gardner - Co-Founder
Melissa Garvin - CCE Faculty Fellow for School of Social Sciences
DeAnna Goddard - Associate Director for Career Services
Steve Grande - Director of Community Service-Learning
Colleen Greer - Professor of Sociology and Community Engagement and Partnership Liaison
Anne E. Gregory - Director, School of Education and Counseling
Savannah-Jane Griffin - Stetson University
Debbie Guelda - Director of Community Engagement Council
Steve Hart - Professor in the Literacy, Early, Bilingual and Special Education Department
Deirdre Healy - UMass Dartmouth
Julia Heinen - Interim Director of Community Engagement
Abby Honaker Schroeder - Director, Regula Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement
Larry Jinkins - Professor / Clinical Coordinator
Connor Jones - Program Coordinator for Buck-I-SERV
Bavneet Kaur - Basic Needs Coordinator
Danielle Lake - Director of Design Thinking and Associate Professor
Soraya Latiff - Public Achievement Program Coordinator
Kristina Lobo - Senior Program Director, Public Service Leadership and Community Partnerships
Robyn Loos - Special Projects Associate
Kristen Marangoni - Assistant Professor of English and Service-Learning Coordinator
Meghan Mason - St. Catherine University
Megan Medina - Community Engaged Learning Coordinator
Eden Mekonen - Program Coordinator, Student and Community Programs
Monica Miller-Smith - Professor
Jana Minifie - Texas State University
Tami Moore - Associate Professor/Co-Director, Center for Public Life
Lisa Nelson - Director of Service-Learning
Michael Nordquist - TBD
Nia Nunn - Ithaca College Associate Professor of Education and Southside Community Center, Inc Board of Directors Chair
Brian O'Bruba - Executive Director, Office of Leadership, Service and Career
Hannah Park - Assistant Professor of Design
Martha Parrott - Assistant Dean College of Science and Health Professions and Professor of Mathematics
Donna Pawlowski - Professor of Communication Studies and Academic Service-Learning Faculty Coordinator
Nancy-Jean Pement - CSU Channel Islands
Cam Perdido - Co-Founder
Jessica Perone - WSU - Center for Civic Engagement
Megan Peterson - Student Lead Coordinator
David Pierce, PhD - Director / Associate Professor
JLP Prince - Director of Community, Civic, and Global Engagement
Melissa Quan - Fairfield University
Mercedes Ramirez Fernandez - Vice President for Equity and Inclusion
Francine Redada - Senior Partnership Coordinator, Community Engagement Center
Edward Remus - Social Sciences Librarian
Reza Rezvani - Program Director, Student Outreach and Engagement
John Ray Roberts - Coordinator of Leadership Assessment
Stephanie Robillard - Graduate Fellow for Community Engaged Research
Kimberly Rogers - Assistant Professor of Sociology
Carina Sass - Associate Director, Center for Community Engagement
Thomas Schnaubelt - Stanford University - Haas Center for Public Service
Amber Sevart - Program Coordinator for Service Programs
Timothy Shea - Associate Professor
Sara Shuman - La Salle University
Deborah Smith-Howell - Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean for Graduate Studies
Ben Smyth - Program Manager
Stefana Soitos - Assistant Director, the Cornell Commitment
Kempis Songster - Community Advocate
Danielle Spratt - Director of Faculty Service Learning
Sally Stanton - Senior Lecturer
Shalom Staub - Director, Center for Community Learning
Reinhild Steingrover - Professor of German
Megan Straughen - Senior Program Coordinator
Colton Strawser - University of San Diego
J.J. Sylvia IV - Assistant Professor
Gayle Thieman - Associate Professor
Joanne Tien - Senior Program Director of Engaged Scholarship
Jessica Trout - Advocacy Program Coordinator
Ying-Chiao Tsao - Associate Professor
Svetlana V. Tyutina - Director of Student Service Learning
D'Ann Urbaniak Lesch - Director, Center for Community Work and Learning
Laurie A. Walker - Associate Professor
Alexis Wallace - Program Coordinator for Alternative Breaks and Service-Learning
Lorna Washington - Assistant Superintendent of Strategic Planning
Mary Weaks-Baxter - Andrew Sherratt Professor and Faculty Coordinator of Community-Based Learning
Kendra Weber - Director, Student & Community Engagement
Merith Weisman - Sonoma State University
Jamie Williams - Associate Director
Damien Wilson - CCE Faculty Fellow for School of Business & Economics

General Session with Raj Vinnakota, President of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation
General session
Raj Vinnakota - Woodrow Wilson Foundation

7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
Breakfast
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
An Equity Lens on Voting: Espousing an Intersectional Perspective for Voter Parity
Capture Student Civic Action and Learning with Compact2Learn
Community Learning Exchanges: Making Spaces to Unite the Power of Place and Wisdom of People
Developing Communities of Practice around the Campus Compact CEP Credentialing Program
Dialogue as a Tool to Develop Collaborative Partnerships for Community Impact
Effective Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion against Neoliberalism
From the Ferguson Uprising to Aspired Democracy: What Did We Learn About Fulfilling the Promise?
Innovative Strategies for Engaging Adult Learners through Leadership Development Programming
Next Steps in Supporting and Retaining Community Engaged Scholars
Power, Privilege, and Intersectionality: Community Engagement in Higher Education
Rooted in Place: Practicing Anti-Oppression, Integrity and Humility for the Long Haul
10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
Break
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
All Voices Matter: Exploring Justice Through Inclusive Education
Challenging Individualism: Designing Inclusive, Collective, and Sustainable Partnerships
Community Engagement in the Technical Disciplines
Developing a Statement on Free Speech and Expression
Gathering Towards Action Again: Reflecting on Two Years of Communities of Practice for Community-Based Participatory Research
No More ‘One and Done’: Engaging departments for collectivizing and sustaining impact
PICCE: A Case-Study of Leveraging Inter-Institutional Assets to Grow Community Engagement
Service after the Storm: Engaged Disaster Response at Carolina
The Arc of Citizenship Bends Toward Justice When We Work Alongside Communities
The Wild Difference: Hearing Voices of Small Farmers and Endangered Plants in Downeast Maine
Using the Civic Learning Spiral to Deepen Student Learning in Co-Curricular Community and Civic Engagement
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
Lunch
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Asset-Based Educational Experiences: Working to Understand and Embrace Students’ Cultural Capital
Co-Producing Knowledge in Environmental Justice Research and Teaching
Creating Engaging Online Social Justice Assignments with a Focus on Community Engagement
Diversifying the Field of Community-Engaged Scholarship
Engaged Voices of the City
Finding Common Ground for Action through Deliberative Dialogue
Fuller Participation: Supporting Faculty Civic Development for the Good of the Whole
Leading Campus-Community Partnerships: Mission, Voice, and Emergent Models
Lessons from a Democratic Engagement and Student Voter Registration Campaign in the Age of Trump
Successful Community Engagement During Times of Demographic Shift
The Merger: A Partnership Centered on Social Justice – ¡Sí se Puede!
“We will come to you, tell us what you need”: Using University Assets to Co-Construct City Solutions
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Bridging the Divide: Developing Students' Capacity to Navigate Urban/Rural Divides
Can We Imagine Critical Service-Learning on Stolen Land?
Civic Ethos in Check: Self-Assessing Your Campus’ Democratic Engagement Action Plan
Civic Inquiry: Developing Curricula to Advance Community Leadership, Opportunity, and Voice
#CompactNationPod LIVE
Including All our Voices: Listening, Learning, and Working Better Together
Layali Al-Sham: Musicking and Community Engagement at the University of Texas, El Paso
Professional Credentialing Program: Opportunities for Growing the Field and Institutionalizing CE
University & Community Transformation: A Place-Based Justice Approach to Partnerships & Change
Using Civil Dialogue to Bridge Campus and Community
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Break
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Building a More Just and Equitable Democracy: The Work of Campus Compact
7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
Breakfast
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Beliefs, Skills & Practices of Service-Learning: Perspectives from University & Community Partners
Building Community Partners’ Capacities as Co-Educators through Professional Development Programs
Building Transformative Service-Learning Partnerships to Promote Full Participation
Community Engagement in LGBTQ+ Communities: Opportunities and Challenges
Democratic Deliberation in Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement
E-portfolios as a Pedagogical Tool for Civic Learning and Leadership Development
Getting it on the Transcript: Validating Co-Curricular Community Engaged Learning
Partnerships with a Purpose: Emphasizing Measurable Outcomes for Underserved Communities
Paving a path to the polls: Overcoming Process Barriers through Student Voter Education
The Power and Challenge of ‘Place’ in Public and Private Anchor (Aspiring) Institutions
What Stories from Youth Gang Members can Teach us about the Promise of Full Participation
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Arts as Civic Engagement: Fulfilling the Promise of Full Participation
Ask Every Student: Achieving 100% Student Voter Registration
Asset-Based Community Development: Strategies for Universities to Employ ABCD with a Critical Lens
Building Inclusive Democracy: 26th Amendment Rights and On-Campus Polling Sites
Civic Engagement Matters: Now Let's Prove It!
Conversation Project: A Democratic Model for Talking Together to Build Community
Democratizing Knowledge for the Public Good: Internships, Research, and Experts in the Rust Belt
Solutions Journalism: A Tool for Creating Civic Empowerment
The 21st Century Social Contract in Action: Keys to Civic Engagement at a Community College
The Relationship Between Cultural Relevance and Decision-Making in a Teacher Education Department
Ways of Knowing Homelessness: Findings from a Global Thematic Service-Learning Exchange Program
10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
Break
Break
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Pre-conference session: How Knowledge Claims can be Unjust and What We can do about It
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Biennial Summit of Presidents & Chancellors
Pre-conference session: Learning from Seattle (and Other Cities): Place-Based Community Engagement for Justice and Equity
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Campus Compact Impact Awards Celebration
7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
Breakfast
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Keynote: Eric Liu, CEO of Citizen University and Civic Evangelist
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Break
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Attention Is the Scarcity: A New Approach to Civic Digital Literacy
CAP 2.0: Strategically Implementing and Assessing an Institutional Civic Action Plan
Getting Students to Vote—How You Can Help Overcome the Barriers
Steps for Developing an Engaged Campus: Lessons from Our Book
The Quest for Authentic Community Engagement: How Market Forces Shape Community Engagement and What to Do About It
10:30 AM - 1:15 PM
Community tours
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Lunch
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Dialogue and Civil Discourse: Developing Skills and Dispositions for Dialogue across Difference
Equity Begins with Your Syllabus: The Key to a Learning-Centered Service Learning Environment
Honoring Ways of Knowing for Biocultural Restoration and Resilience in the Face of Climate Change
Increasing Voter Participation of Vulnerable Populations to Promote Social and Economic Justice
Learning by Giving: Experiential Philanthropy, Equity, and Democracy
Lessons Learned from a Place-Based Initiative Pilot Year
Leveraging Democratic Leadership through Student Engagement Scholars: Empowering Self & Community
Measuring Mutual Benefit and Reciprocity in Community Engagement and Public Service Activities
Problem-Solving and Information Literacy: Complex Thinking about Social Issues in Service-Learning
Raising Voices with Action Research: Collaborative Inquiry with Urban Community Partners
Surveying the Syllabus: What Syllabi Communicate about Service-Learning at Four-Year Institutions
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
A Call to Action: Media Literacy as Part of Higher Education's Public Purpose
Developing and Assessing High-Impact, Classroom-Integrated Service Learning Projects
Florida Civic Fellows Program: Pilot Effort Brings College Civic Ed Programming to H.S. Students
How to Move Beyond Service & Voting: Alternative Breaks for Deepening Civic & Democratic Engagement
Moving from Expert-Driven to Community-Engaged Models of Community Partnerships in the STEM Fields
Pitfalls and Possibilities for Global Partnerships and Critical Pedagogy in Global Service Learning
Practical Strategies for Addressing Microaggressions in Community Engagement
Promoting Equity and Social Justice through Sustainability
Reacting to the Past: Democratizing the Classroom through Historical Role Playing Games
The Promise of Pluralism: Civic Engagement's Relation to Interfaith Learning and Development
3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
Poster presentations
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
General Session with Raj Vinnakota, President of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation
7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
Breakfast
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
An Equity Lens on Voting: Espousing an Intersectional Perspective for Voter Parity
Capture Student Civic Action and Learning with Compact2Learn
Community Learning Exchanges: Making Spaces to Unite the Power of Place and Wisdom of People
Developing Communities of Practice around the Campus Compact CEP Credentialing Program
Dialogue as a Tool to Develop Collaborative Partnerships for Community Impact
Effective Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion against Neoliberalism
From the Ferguson Uprising to Aspired Democracy: What Did We Learn About Fulfilling the Promise?
Innovative Strategies for Engaging Adult Learners through Leadership Development Programming
Next Steps in Supporting and Retaining Community Engaged Scholars
Power, Privilege, and Intersectionality: Community Engagement in Higher Education
Rooted in Place: Practicing Anti-Oppression, Integrity and Humility for the Long Haul
10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
Break
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
All Voices Matter: Exploring Justice Through Inclusive Education
Challenging Individualism: Designing Inclusive, Collective, and Sustainable Partnerships
Community Engagement in the Technical Disciplines
Developing a Statement on Free Speech and Expression
Gathering Towards Action Again: Reflecting on Two Years of Communities of Practice for Community-Based Participatory Research
No More ‘One and Done’: Engaging departments for collectivizing and sustaining impact
PICCE: A Case-Study of Leveraging Inter-Institutional Assets to Grow Community Engagement
Service after the Storm: Engaged Disaster Response at Carolina
The Arc of Citizenship Bends Toward Justice When We Work Alongside Communities
The Wild Difference: Hearing Voices of Small Farmers and Endangered Plants in Downeast Maine
Using the Civic Learning Spiral to Deepen Student Learning in Co-Curricular Community and Civic Engagement
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
Lunch
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Asset-Based Educational Experiences: Working to Understand and Embrace Students’ Cultural Capital
Co-Producing Knowledge in Environmental Justice Research and Teaching
Creating Engaging Online Social Justice Assignments with a Focus on Community Engagement
Diversifying the Field of Community-Engaged Scholarship
Engaged Voices of the City
Finding Common Ground for Action through Deliberative Dialogue
Fuller Participation: Supporting Faculty Civic Development for the Good of the Whole
Leading Campus-Community Partnerships: Mission, Voice, and Emergent Models
Lessons from a Democratic Engagement and Student Voter Registration Campaign in the Age of Trump
Successful Community Engagement During Times of Demographic Shift
The Merger: A Partnership Centered on Social Justice – ¡Sí se Puede!
“We will come to you, tell us what you need”: Using University Assets to Co-Construct City Solutions
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Bridging the Divide: Developing Students' Capacity to Navigate Urban/Rural Divides
Can We Imagine Critical Service-Learning on Stolen Land?
Civic Ethos in Check: Self-Assessing Your Campus’ Democratic Engagement Action Plan
Civic Inquiry: Developing Curricula to Advance Community Leadership, Opportunity, and Voice
#CompactNationPod LIVE
Including All our Voices: Listening, Learning, and Working Better Together
Layali Al-Sham: Musicking and Community Engagement at the University of Texas, El Paso
Professional Credentialing Program: Opportunities for Growing the Field and Institutionalizing CE
University & Community Transformation: A Place-Based Justice Approach to Partnerships & Change
Using Civil Dialogue to Bridge Campus and Community
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Break
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Building a More Just and Equitable Democracy: The Work of Campus Compact
7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
Breakfast
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Beliefs, Skills & Practices of Service-Learning: Perspectives from University & Community Partners
Building Community Partners’ Capacities as Co-Educators through Professional Development Programs
Building Transformative Service-Learning Partnerships to Promote Full Participation
Community Engagement in LGBTQ+ Communities: Opportunities and Challenges
Democratic Deliberation in Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement
E-portfolios as a Pedagogical Tool for Civic Learning and Leadership Development
Getting it on the Transcript: Validating Co-Curricular Community Engaged Learning
Partnerships with a Purpose: Emphasizing Measurable Outcomes for Underserved Communities
Paving a path to the polls: Overcoming Process Barriers through Student Voter Education
The Power and Challenge of ‘Place’ in Public and Private Anchor (Aspiring) Institutions
What Stories from Youth Gang Members can Teach us about the Promise of Full Participation
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Arts as Civic Engagement: Fulfilling the Promise of Full Participation
Ask Every Student: Achieving 100% Student Voter Registration
Asset-Based Community Development: Strategies for Universities to Employ ABCD with a Critical Lens
Building Inclusive Democracy: 26th Amendment Rights and On-Campus Polling Sites
Civic Engagement Matters: Now Let's Prove It!
Conversation Project: A Democratic Model for Talking Together to Build Community
Democratizing Knowledge for the Public Good: Internships, Research, and Experts in the Rust Belt
Solutions Journalism: A Tool for Creating Civic Empowerment
The 21st Century Social Contract in Action: Keys to Civic Engagement at a Community College
The Relationship Between Cultural Relevance and Decision-Making in a Teacher Education Department
Ways of Knowing Homelessness: Findings from a Global Thematic Service-Learning Exchange Program
10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
Break
Break