- Welcome to our new 2017-18 Members!
- Preparing for Carnegie: A Full-Day Meeting for your Team
- Charting a Course on the Pathway to Community Engagement: An Inventory and Action Plan for Engaged Campuses
- Pieces to Masterpiece: Crafting your Community Engagement Story
- Sign Your Name: “Dear Congress, Support National Service!”
Monthly Archives: October 2015
“To advance the public purposes of higher education, we affirm the following statements, which characterize our current commitments and name the ideals toward which we will work with renewed dedication, focus, and vigor.” Read the 30th Anniversary Action Statement and become a signatory. Click here to learn about A Summit of Campus Compact Member Presidents and Chancellors which will be held ahead of our 30th Anniversary Conference in Boston and where we will affirm the Action Statement.
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Campus Compact notes with sadness the passing of Liz Hollander, Campus Compact president from 1997 – 2006. We celebrate her great contributions to educating citizens and building communities during her time as president and throughout her career. Liz requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to a Providence youth and arts organization she was very involved with, Community MusicWorks. CMW is a wonderful and innovative effort to knit music more tightly into the fabric of the community through both education and performance. Donations can be made online at www.communitymusicworks.org (click the Donate Now button) or by mail at Community MusicWorks, 1392 Westminster Street, Providence, RI 02909. Read more about Liz’s life and career here, here, and here.
30th Anniversary Survey This iteration of the Campus Compact survey is the product of a collaborative effort to ensure greater alignment of our data with other instruments in the field while maintaining continuity with data gathered historically. We hope the data we gather will be useful for practitioners and researchers, and we hope our members will find that the process of responding to the survey gives them a head start in data collection for other institutional and national purposes. We are grateful to the following people for their contributions as members of a committee dedicated to this effort: Matthew Hartley, committee chair, Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Education and Director of the Alliance for Higher Education and Democracy at the University of Pennsylvania Adrienne Falcon, Director of Academic Civic Engagement and Lecturer in Sociology at Carleton College Robert Reason, Professor, Student Affairs and Higher Education Program in the School of Education and Associate Director of Research and Administration…