Student Engagement Working Group

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Student Engagement Working Group

  1. 1. We are all storytellers
  2. 2. The stories we tell determine our path.
  3. 3. Identity is destiny GETSTORIED.COM  
  4. 4. The stories others tell SALT  LAKE  CITY  TRIBUNE  
  5. 5. Other obstacles What does it mean to be an engaged student? Faculty buy-in. Community buy-in.
  6. 6. civic brand: n. An authentic story of a city told in the best possible light for an audience that wants to buy into it or experience it for a specific need or desire of its own. – ERIC LABRECQUE
  7. 7. CHOOSE YOUR MOMENTS h5p://www.torbenbernhard.com/post/1059480301/david-­‐vs-­‐goliath-­‐and-­‐the-­‐art-­‐of-­‐storytelling  
  8. 8. Developing a backstory GETSTORIED.COM  
  9. 9. GETSTORIED.COM  
  10. 10. Natural authority GETSTORIED.COM  
  11. 11. Tell a story big enough for your audience to find themselves in.
  12. 12. A civic brand — a good one, anyway — is neither strap-on nor bandaid: It is something integral to the city. It is the story of the city itself. - eric labrecque
  13. 13. This “bottom up” approach to building out the brand story strikes us as far more workable than the top-down “uber-brand” approach so many cities appear to have taken. – eric labrecque
  14. 14. Moving from definitions to story collection/ discovery.
  15. 15. A few ideas: 1.  Web video effort, Which highlights student, faculty, and alumni engagement. 2.  Submit your engagement story to win… 3.  Engagement photo contest (what does engagement look like?) 4.  Why did you Choose uvu? Or, why did you choose to stay at uvu?
  16. 16. Community building
  17. 17. Tell engagement stories so often that the response to “what does it mean to be an engaged student ?” becomes matter-of- fact.
  18. 18. Every student knows what engagement means for them and how to go about becoming engaged with the university and community.
  19. 19. Become a national leader of engagement.
  20. 20. Student engagement working group
  21. 21. Dream team
  22. 22. Create enthusiasm, a community, and further author the story of engagement through collection/creation.

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