Title of Presentation

Foundations of Community Engagement at UD

About the Presenter(s)

Meaghan Crowley, Coordinator of Community Engagement, Center for Social Concern Samantha Kennedy, Director of Grants and Assessment; Director of the Dayton Civic Scholars Program, Fitz Center for Leadership in Community

Location

Kennedy Union Room 310

Start Date

3-1-2024 1:20 PM

End Date

3-1-2024 2:10 PM

Abstract/Description

This session will connect the Fitz Center's Practiced Principles for Community Engagement to our Marianist Charism. Participants in this session will get a better understanding of what Community Engagement and Community Engaged Learning is here at the University of Dayton, as well as a better understanding of best practices as it relates to partnership with the community. This session will also highlight resources available to faculty and staff around community engagement.

Goals for Attendees

Attendees will learn about foundations of community engagement at UD. Additionally attendees will learn about the Fitz Center's Practiced Principles and the Association of Marianist Universities (AMU) white paper on Community Engagement. This is not only collaboration between the Fitz Center and the Center for Social Concern, it is also an example of collaboration across institutions to better define the unique Marianist approach to community engagement.

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Jan 3rd, 1:20 PM Jan 3rd, 2:10 PM

Foundations of Community Engagement at UD

Kennedy Union Room 310

This session will connect the Fitz Center's Practiced Principles for Community Engagement to our Marianist Charism. Participants in this session will get a better understanding of what Community Engagement and Community Engaged Learning is here at the University of Dayton, as well as a better understanding of best practices as it relates to partnership with the community. This session will also highlight resources available to faculty and staff around community engagement.