Strategies for Faculty Engagement      Building Academic - Service Connections
Faculty or Staff Driven:Mini-Grants Faculty course development grants or stipends Created and led by office of civic engage...
Faculty or Staff Driven:Training /Professional Development Campus-based conferences, trainings, and workshops— often catal...
Faculty or Staff Driven:Colloquia/Learning Circles Semester or year-long faculty workshops or cohort model Can involve exp...
Faculty or Staff Driven:Developmental Course Sequences First Year Seminars /                                              ...
Faculty or Staff Driven:Civic Engagement Academic Program                                        Colleges and Universities...
Student Driven:Engaging Faculty in Service Can start as day of service or immersion trip Faculty design preparatory course...
Student Driven:Independent Study Students seeks opportunity for independent study, honors theses, research project Can lea...
Student Driven:Added Credit Options & Internships Students undertake additional service-learning project linked to course ...
Student Driven:Course-based Leadership Roles Students help faculty members plan and manage service projects Students lead ...
Student Driven:Students as Colleagues Campus Outreach Opportunity League (COOL) Teaming Up Service and Curriculum (1990‘s)...
Institution Driven:Core Committees/Leadership TeamsCross-functional team with strong faculty representationHelps to have P...
Institution Driven:Accreditation/QEP Plans Opportunity to connect civic engagement with broader institutional mission & re...
Institution Driven:Tenure/Promotion In most rubrics, evidence of community service in tenure/promotion guidelines is hallm...
Institution/Externally Driven:National Partnerships AACU (Essential Learning Outcomes, VALUE, conferences, general educati...
Institution/Externally Driven:National Recognition & Networks Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement (2008) DEEP ...
Picking your strategiesLet’s map what would work for you...                                      CO-CURRICULAR STAFF   FAC...
A program of:                                                        The Corella & Bertram Bonner Foundation              ...
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  • Faculty Engagement

    1. 1. Strategies for Faculty Engagement Building Academic - Service Connections
    2. 2. Faculty or Staff Driven:Mini-Grants Faculty course development grants or stipends Created and led by office of civic engagement / service -learning or department Small sums ($500-$1500) yield results
    3. 3. Faculty or Staff Driven:Training /Professional Development Campus-based conferences, trainings, and workshops— often catalyze departments and outside partners National conferences (Campus Compact, NYLC, Learn & Serve, Bonner Foundation) Fellowship programs
    4. 4. Faculty or Staff Driven:Colloquia/Learning Circles Semester or year-long faculty workshops or cohort model Can involve experienced, interested, and newbie faculty Led by one faculty or staff member — grow over time
    5. 5. Faculty or Staff Driven:Developmental Course Sequences First Year Seminars / Capstone or Freshmen Writing Courses Integrative Seminar Courses with Full-Time Developmental / Multi- Internships / Co-Curricular semester CBR or Service- Higher-Level / Bridge Coursework (Methods, CBR, Service-Learning) Learning Courses Policy/ Poverty/ Global/ Capstone Seminars Political Economic Diversity Analysis Analysis Awareness Departmental and Lead-In/Gateway interdisciplinary sequences
    6. 6. Faculty or Staff Driven:Civic Engagement Academic Program Colleges and Universities involved in the FIPSE InitiativeBonner Foundation’s FIPSE Colorado College Concord University Certificate or Thematic Minor in Civic Engagement Minor in Civic Engagement Lynchburg College Minor in Civic Engagementfunded initiative to create a Mars Hill College Morehouse College Certificate in Civic Engagement Minor in Civic Engagement Portland State University Minor in Civic LeadershipCivic Engagement Minor/ Rutgers University Saint Mary’s College of California Certificate in Women’s Leadership Justice and Community Minor The College of New Jersey Concentration in Civic EngagementCertificate program University of Alaska UCLA Certificate in Civic Engagement Minor in Civic Leadership Wagner College Certificate in Civic Engagement Washington & Lee University Minor in the Interdisciplinary Study of Poverty West Chester University Honors Program (Civic Engagement focus)14+ institutions piloted,now spreading nationally Monograph published by AAC&U capturesIntensive, integrated, multi- model and lessons learned (provided to you here!)year, developmental
    7. 7. Student Driven:Engaging Faculty in Service Can start as day of service or immersion trip Faculty design preparatory course or education (can involve credit) Begin building projects and course connections Leads to other roles
    8. 8. Student Driven:Independent Study Students seeks opportunity for independent study, honors theses, research project Can lead to creation of new faculty champion — or academic program (Allegheny VESA Minor)
    9. 9. Student Driven:Added Credit Options & Internships Students undertake additional service-learning project linked to course content (Example: Waynesburg) Alternative: special departments in which students/partners can design courses (Stanford’s IAC, Duke’s House courses) Students seek credit for internships
    10. 10. Student Driven:Course-based Leadership Roles Students help faculty members plan and manage service projects Students lead sections, discussions, or special seminars Students may work to design new courses
    11. 11. Student Driven:Students as Colleagues Campus Outreach Opportunity League (COOL) Teaming Up Service and Curriculum (1990‘s) Campus Compact (Raise Your Voice, Students as Colleagues publication) Pedagogical models that question ‘teacher as expert’ model (Highlander)
    12. 12. Institution Driven:Core Committees/Leadership TeamsCross-functional team with strong faculty representationHelps to have Presidential support/mandateLong-term strategic and visionary processAsset mapping; data collection; tell the story A team from IUPUI helped articulate the institution’s 20 year history with civic engagement
    13. 13. Institution Driven:Accreditation/QEP Plans Opportunity to connect civic engagement with broader institutional mission & resources Connects student learning with community engagement Broad institutional involvement
    14. 14. Institution Driven:Tenure/Promotion In most rubrics, evidence of community service in tenure/promotion guidelines is hallmark of strong levels Find and utilize examples Strategic process, involving institutional and faculty leadership At the University of Guelph (Canada), faculty take seriously their community engagement, which is reflected in tenure decisions
    15. 15. Institution/Externally Driven:National Partnerships AACU (Essential Learning Outcomes, VALUE, conferences, general education) AASCU (American Democracy Project) American Humanics Campus Compact Strong student-organized chapters and programs (Oxfam, Circle K, SEAC, Amnesty International) Bonner Foundation
    16. 16. Institution/Externally Driven:National Recognition & Networks Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement (2008) DEEP (Documenting Effective Educational Practice) Work & NSEE Learn & Serve America
    17. 17. Picking your strategiesLet’s map what would work for you... CO-CURRICULAR STAFF FACULTY (FROM STUDENTS COULD BE MORESTRATEGY COULD SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS TO COHORTS) OUR INSTITUTION COULD... ENGAGED BY... ENGAGEMENT BY... COULD...SimpleMorecomplexStructural
    18. 18. A program of: The Corella & Bertram Bonner Foundation 10 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ 08540 (609) 924-6663 • (609) 683-4626 fax For more information, please visit our website at www.bonner.org To contact presenters a"er this session:Kirsten Breckinridge, Learn & Serve America (kbreckinridge@cns.gov) Ariane Hoy, The Bonner Foundation (ahoy@bonner.org) Mathew Johnson, Siena College (mjohnson@siena.edu) Yalitza Negron, Siena College (ynegron@siena.edu) Savannah Atkins (satkins@stetson.edu) Becky Grinstead (rgrinstead@bonner.org) Bobby Hackett, The Bonner Foundation (rhackett@bonner.org) Gretchen Mielke, (gmielke@bonner.org) Charles Oberweiser (coberweiser@ripon.edu) Annie Pasqua (apasqua@bonner.org) Nicole Tommasini, Stetson University (ntommasini@stetson.edu)
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